See also:term is used in grammar of a verb which completes the tense,
See also:mood or
See also:voice of another verb; in
See also:engineering, e.g. of the low steam power used to supplement the
See also:sail-power in sailing
See also:ships, still occasionally used in yachts, sealers or whalers; and in military use, of
See also:foreign or allied troops, more properly of any troops not permanently maintained under arms . In the
See also:British army the term "
See also:Auxiliary Forces" was employed formerly to include the Militia, the Imperial
See also:Yeomanry and the
See also:Volunteers .
AUXIMUM (mod. Osimo)
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