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  • While Hawat’s occupied with the Lady Jessica, we’ll divert him further with uprisings in a few garrison towns and the like.
  • When you get outside the towns and garrison villages, it’s every bit as terrible a place as Salusa Secundus.
  • They had repair depots in every garrison village, and their accounts show a heavy expenditure for shield replacements and parts.
  • I note that suits are manufactured also in some of the garrison cities.
  • He had been at Tsimpo, a garrison village, buffer outpost for the former capital city, Carthag, when the reports of attack began arriving.
  • "Our Sublime Padishah Emperor . " If the people of this decadent garrison city could only see the Emperor’s private note to his "Noble Duke"—the disdainful allusions to veiled men and women: " . but what else is one to expect of barbarians whose dearest dream is to live outside the ordered security of the faufreluches?"
  • It’s a dirty, dusty little garrison town," he agreed.

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  • the US Army Garrison in Seoul, Korea
  • American soldiers have been garrisoned in Germany since the end of the Second World War.

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