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Most female peshmerga fighters were tasked with staffing checkpoints and guarding bases alongside their male counterparts.
The U.S. is relying more these days on bases outside the country.
During the last war in Iraq, the American military had a string of air bases from which to launch drone flights.
The violence continues, but on a scale diminished since when American bases and outposts dotted the province.
Soldiers rotated out of the valley from other bases in the Pech for a weekend of relief from the fighting before being sent back.
And everybody, or nearly everybody, bases on these obvious facts a series of entirely erroneous conclusions.The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice|Stephen Leacock
Two of the chimneys have tunnels carved through the bases, and cedar trees appear to grow out of the rock.Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia|Dorothy M. Torpey
It is easy to perceive that firm-set rock cliffs, with no beaches at their bases, can almost indefinitely withstand the assaults.Outlines of the Earth's History|Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
The narrow door into the corridor is also seen, and the stucco capitals and bases of the columns.
The walls were formerly lined with marble, and had semi-detached marble pillars, the bases of which still remain.