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Originally appearing in Volume V01, Page 804 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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AMBUSH (older form, " embush," O. Fr. embusche, from the Ital. imboscata, in and bosco, a wood), the hiding of troops, primarily in a wood, and so any concealment for the purpose of a sudden attack.
End of Article: AMBUSH (older form, " embush," O. Fr. embusche, from the Ital. imboscata, in and bosco, a wood)
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