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army corps

noun
1.
corps (def 1b).
Origin of army corps
1840-1850
1840-50
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  • Nor was the Austrian contingent to be treated, like the Prussian, as a mere French army-corps.

  • My people don't know the difference between a brigade and an army-corps.

    The Soul of Susan Yellam Horace Annesley Vachell
  • The whole superb army-corps in front were at that very moment sweeping forward direct on the centre of our line!

    Unexplored Spain Abel Chapman
  • An army-corps, under the command of Junot, had been already placed in the Pyrenees.

  • His keen love of the army became manifest when, as heir apparent, he received the command of the army-corps of Naples.

  • Lastly, at six o'clock, it was announced as certain that Germany was mobilizing three army-corps.

    The Frontier Maurice LeBlanc

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