Definition of dept.
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How to use dept. in a sentence
They reported “great frustration at the State Dept.” over the story.
Dept. of Speculation is a story that seems to take place over a series of months, about an unraveling urban marriage.The Daily Grind of Domesticity in Jenny Offill’s ‘Dept. of Speculation’|Andrea Walker|February 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
My dad was in the Navy during WWII; my mom was a civilian employee of the Dept. of War during WWII.
Dayo Olopade talks to State Dept. officials about their efforts to step up cybersecurity.
Julian Assange clearly intended the State Dept. cable leaks to smear the U.S. as evil and selfish.
It was chosen by the Romans as an important dept after the conquest of the Brigantes by Agricola in 79.The Towns of Roman Britain|James Oliver Bevan
They boldly formed a square, and prepared to defend courageously the precious dept they had under their guard.The Border Rifles|Gustave Aimard
Before quitting the dept, the latter had left a small supply of provisions, which proved eminently serviceable.
The three survivors dragged themselves on to the dept, where they arrived on the morning of the 21st of April.
Burgoyne made it a dept of military stores when on his way from Canada, by the way of Lake Champlain, in 1777.The Military Journals of Two Private Soldiers, 1758-1775|Abraham Tomlinson