Adjutancy

Ad'ju·tan·cy noun [ See Adjutant .] 1. The office of an adjutant. 2. Skillful arrangement in aid; assistance. « It was, no doubt, disposed with all the adjutancy of definition and division. Burke. » ...
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adjutancy

1. The office of an adjutant. ... 2. Skillful arrangement in aid; assistance. 'It was, no doubt, disposed with all the adjutancy of definition and division.' (Burke) ... See: Adjutant. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Adjutancy

• (n.) The office of an adjutant. • (n.) Skillful arrangement in aid; assistance.
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adjutancy

adjutancy 1. Skillful arrangement in aid; assistance. 2. The office of an adjutant: 'His position as an adjutancy allows him certain privileges which probably would not exist otherwise.'
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