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garrison
used in Ulysses by James Joyce

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Definition
a military post or the troops stationed there
  • He urged me to do likewise, to misbehave, to sin with officers of the garrison.
    Episode 15 — Circe (23% in)
  • —Devil a much, says I. There's a bloody big foxy thief beyond by the garrison church at the corner of Chicken lane—old Troy was just giving me a wrinkle about him—lifted any God's quantity of tea and sugar to pay three bob a week said he had a farm in the county Down off a hop-of-my-thumb by the name of Moses Herzog over there near Heytesbury street.
    Episode 12 — Cyclops (1% in)
  • Hozier's History of the Russo-Turkish War (brown cloth, a volumes, with gummed label, Garrison Library, Governor's Parade, Gibraltar, on verso of cover).
    Episode 17 — Ithaca (59% in)

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