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gabionade or gabionnade (ˌɡeɪbɪəˈneɪd)
1.  a row of gabions submerged in a waterway, stream, river, etc, to control the flow of water
2.  a fortification constructed of gabions
[C18: from French; see gabion]
gabionnade or gabionnade
[C18: from French; see gabion]

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