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  • Info A cantonment is a military or police quarters. more...
  • The cantonment, which is three miles from the civil station, contains the church and post office.
  • Other than support and supply troops in the cantonment, there were armed police in the city.
  • All house plans need to be approved by the Cantonment before start of any construction activity.
  • Soon after the war, the British set up a cantonment here.
  • This place was a cantonment area for British troops before India's independence.
  • It has got secret agents all over the country specially in cantonment areas.
  • Following the mission, the students moved into a cantonment area.
  • The changes also be-part of cantonment's day-to-day life, had to be associated with its working.
  • The whole cantonment saw them set out and return. Cited from Vanity Fair, by William Thackeray
  • This city then became the largest cantonment in South Asia after having rail link.
  • Camp Liberty was the cantonment in which the boys were to receive their initial military training. Cited from Outdoor Girls in Army Service, Laura Lee Hope
  • The building has been painted in the Cantonment colors of red and white.
  • It was the only white cantonment of the East India Company between at one point of time.
  • This is also how the town received its name; as a cantonment is a temporary quarter for troops.
  • He took part in army cantonment battle field.
  • After the transfer of the cantonment the area was given to the municipality to be taken care of.
  • Some students come from the city and cantonment area.
  • They have two weeks in the trenches and two weeks out of them in a cantonment behind the lines. Cited from A Volunteer Poilu, by Henry Sheahan
  • An annual flower show is held in this Cantonment from the British period.
  • Every road in the cantonment has a name, and each name in itself is an honoured memory. Cited from The Story of the Guides, by G. J. Younghusband
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