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garrison British & World English

A group of troops stationed in a fortress or town to defend it

Garrison, William Lloyd British & World English

(1805–79) US social reformer and voice of New England abolitionism. He published The Liberator 1831–65 and was a founder of the American Anti-Slavery Society in 1833

garrison cap British & World English

A peakless cap, especially one worn as part of a military uniform

garrison town British & World English

A town that has troops permanently stationed in it

Keillor, Garrison British & World English

(1942-), US writer and radio entertainer; full name Garrison Edward Keillor. He created the radio program A Prairie Home Companion (1974–87, 1993-) and wrote fictional works such as Happy to Be Here (1982), Lake Wobegon Days (1985), and Wobegon Boy (1997). In 2004 he published Homegrown Democrat: A Few Plain Thoughts from the Heart of America

Garrison Edward Keillor in Keillor, Garrison British & World English

(1942-), US writer and radio entertainer; full name Garrison Edward Keillor. He created the radio program A Prairie Home Companion (1974–87, 1993-) and wrote fictional works such as Happy to Be Here (1982), Lake Wobegon Days (1985), and Wobegon Boy (1997). In 2004 he published Homegrown Democrat: A Few Plain Thoughts from the Heart of America

garrison English Thesaurus

the rebels attacked the English garrison in their barracks

garrison English-Spanish

plaza feminine

garrison town English-Spanish

plaza feminine fuerte