armistice lines (and more occupied territories) are still the de facto barriers between Israel and Lebanon and Syria.
The borders of Israel between 1949 and 1967, created by armistice agreements, were even less acceptable to the party.
He further proclaimed that the 1949 armistice lines “between us and Egypt are vanished and dead.”
The armistice lines—Israel's pre-1967 borders—were only de facto, not de jure, boundaries.
The fighting had stopped with nothing more solid than an armistice.
The English asked fifteen days' armistice to consider the proposal in.
On the 9th, Nelson landed again, to conclude the terms of the armistice.
The armistice to bury the dead expired on the 13th, and a Boer commando had been sighted to the west.
A difficulty arose respecting the duration of the armistice.
There was no unpleasant possibility of having to make common cause and proclaim an armistice.
1707, from French armistice (1680s), coined on the model of Latin solstitium (see solstice), etc., from Latin arma "arms" (see arm (n.2)) + -stitium (used only in compounds), from sistere "cause to stand" (see assist).
The word is attested in English from 1660s in the Latin form armistitium. German Waffenstillstand is a loan-translation from French. Armistice Day (1919) marked the end of the Great War of 1914-18 on Nov. 11, 1918. In Britain, after World War II, it merged with Remembrance Day. In U.S., Armistice Day became a national holiday in 1926. In 1954, to honor World War II and Korean War veterans as well, it was re-dubbed Veterans Day.