Stronghold

• (n.) A fastness; a fort or fortress; fortfield place; a place of security.
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stronghold

fastness noun a strongly fortified defensive structure
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Stronghold

[1993 video game] Stronghold is a Dungeons & Dragons city-building real-time strategy computer game published by SSI and developed by Stormfront Studios in 1993. ==Development== The game designers include Don Daglow, Mark Buchignani, and David Bunnett. ==Gameplay== Players balanced resources to build a town with unique neighborhoods, each w...
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Stronghold

[2001 game] == WP:HARASS and WP:PRIVACY violations by User:Babakexorramdin == I am writing at the recommendation made by User:Kirill Lokshin. I would like to attract the attention of ANI to WP:HARASS/WP:STALK and WP:PRIVACY violations by User:Babakexorramdin, attempting to publicize an identity and falsely associate me with a different phys...
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Stronghold

[2001 video game] Stronghold is a historic real-time strategy (RTS) game developed by Firefly Studios in 2001. The game focuses primarily on conquest and expansion through military pursuits, but also provides space for economic strategy and development. There is both an economic and a military campaign to be played and both are discussed in...
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Stronghold

[Live] Image of RAM Europe Beach Track Multi vehicle, from promotional material created by the company and appearing in company website. Fair use is claimed, as the image is only used to depict the object. ...
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Stronghold

Strong'hold` noun A fastness; a fort or fortress; fortfield place; a place of security.
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Stronghold

HMS Stronghold was a British Admiralty S Class destroyer of 905 tons displacement launched about 1918 and sunk off the coast of Java by the Japanese in 1942 during the Second World War. She was armed with three 4-inch guns; five smaller guns and four 21-inch torpedo tubes arranged in pairs. She was powered by three Yarrow oil boilers providing a to...
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stronghold

[n] - a strongly fortified defensive structure
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