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  • It was one of the slogans of the Communist party and it meant, "Hold out and fortify, and you will win."
  • You learned that fall, he thought, how to endure and how to ignore suffering in the long time of cold and wetness, of mud and of digging and fortifying.
  • Then there was a valley that no one held except for a fascist post in a farmhouse with its outbuildings and its barn that they had fortified.
  • "Listen, Comrade Marty," Gomez broke out, the anis fortifying his anger.

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  • the fortified border between North and South Korea
  • fortify the levees to withstand more rain

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