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cantonment in Army topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcantonmentcan‧ton‧ment /kænˈtuːnmənt $ -ˈtɑːn-/ noun [countable]  PMA technical a camp where soldiers live
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cantonmentUpon their arrest Ershad and his wife were moved from the Army cantonment and confined to a diplomatic compound.All the large cities had at least two stations, the town and the cantonment.In more peaceful times he had assisted many of the ladies of the cantonment in childbirth.