bivouac|bivouacs in English


[biv·ouac || 'bɪvʊæk]

temporary camp, encampment

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1. During daylight, bivouac scouting parties moved ahead to select the next day's bivouac area.

2. We could make a bivouac.

3. In the bivouac of life.

4. In the bivouac of Life.

5. They had bivouacs, sleeping bags and cold-weather anoraks.

6. Now it's all Boy Scout stuff and bivouacs and tents.

7. • Bivouac sac or small tarp (emergency shelter)

8. Can we make a bivouac, Mr. Bates? asked Russell.

9. There is a semi - circular bivouac tent on the grass.

10. Air mattresses (non medical), bivouac bags, liners for sleeping bags

11. Remember the march from the railhead to the bivouac at St Omer?

12. In the world's broad field of battle, In the bivouac of Life.

13. That evening the bivouac fires of the two armies were a scant mile apart.

14. On descent he met Wanda at 300 metres and helped her arrange a bivouac.

15. While in bivouac, we spent the night in our sleeping bags under the stars.

16. Participants with experience of the wilderness will be welcome to bivouac through the night.

17. Your bivouac for the night is spot where you got tired of marching that day.

18. The night bivouac is mandatory; self-sufficiency starts, for all runners, after the evening meal.

19. From here you will encounter some morainic terrain that leads you to the Leonessa bivouac.

20. The company was supposed to bivouac overnight and then return to the post the next day.

21. Bivouac: Or short , bi vi . An uncomfortable sleeping place in the middle of a route.

22. The party established six more camps on the south - east ridge . Camp IX was a bivouac.

23. Mr. Bates asked Nathan to explain to the class how to build a bivouac for shelter.

24. It is now an acceptable place to bivouac or just to break for lunch in bad weather.

25. Your bivouac for the night is the spot where you got tired of marching that day.