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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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generalshipgen‧er‧al‧ship /ˈdʒenərəlʃɪp/ noun [uncountable]  PMAthe skill or position of being a general
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generalshipAs Pizarro, Denis Quilley is suitably grizzled but the character's ponderous despair seems to have submerged his generalship.They knew that they had fought bravely but that there had been mismanagement and inefficient generalship.These are the first principles of Orc generalship ... the things that everybody learns pretty quickly.He then goes on to ask the same question about people with extraordinary talents, whether in physics, generalship or painting.He received the help he needed and in the next three months showed his superb generalship by totally subduing the island.
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