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Friday 10 April 2020

[Answer] Mil. post, say crossword clue

  • Mil. post, say This is a list of established military terms which have been in use for at least 50 years. Since technology has changed, not all of them are in current use, or they may have been superseded by more modern terms. However, they are still in current use in articles about previous military periods.The mill is the earliest type of European windmill.Its defining feature is that the whole body of the mill that houses the machinery is mounted on a single vertical , around which it can be turned to bring the sails into the wind.A milestone is one of a series of numbered markers placed along a road or boundary at intervals of one mile or occasionally, parts of a mile. They are typically located at the side of the road or in a median or central reservation.They are alternatively known as mile markers, mileposts or mile posts (sometimes abbreviated MPs).Mileage is the distance along the road from a fixed commencement point.-tribulation rapture position believes that there is a resurrection of both dead and living believers in Jesus Christ at the end of the age (or the "end time"). -tribulationists believe that Christians will remain on the Earth throughout the 7-year tribulation period which includes the last three and a half years, which some call the "Great Tribulation".Oregon originally did not exit numbers on any of its non-Interstates. In the 1990s, the Oregon Department of Transportation began numbering most sections of its freeways with mile-based exits, starting with US-26 and OR-217 west of Portland. As of 2013, almost all Oregon freeway interchanges are numbered; new interchanges are also numbered.


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