Definition of Pontonier

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pontonier

pontine angle
pontine angle tumour
pontine arteries
pontine cistern
pontine flexure
pontine gray matter
pontine haemorrhage
pontine nuclei
pontine veins
pontis nervi trigeminalis nucleus
pontobulbar body
pontocerebellar recess
pontomedullary groove
pontonier (current term)
pontoon bridge
pontoon plane
pony cart
pony express

Literary usage of Pontonier

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Notes and Tables on Organization and Establishement of the Spanish Army in by Adjutant-General's Office, United States, Military Information Division (1898)
"THE pontonier TROOPS. (See Engineer Troops.) XVI. THE ADMINISTRATIVE CORPS. The military administrative corps consists of officers and a brigade of ..."

2. Organization of the Bridge Equipage of the United States Army: With by United States Army. Corps of Engineers (1870)
"A well-instructed pontonier must, therefore, be a good boatman. The following exercises, designed to impart this knowledge, are to be thoroughly taught and ..."

3. Swedish Catalogue ...: International Exhibition, 1876. Philadelphia by Elis Sidenbladh (1876)
"The " pontonier battalion" comprises a staff and 3 companies of ... The Staff of the pontonier Battalion consists of I Major, commanding the Battalion, ..."

4. The Campaign in Bulgaria, 1877-1878 by Francis Vinton Greene (1908)
"3rd pontonier Battalion, 4th pontonier Battalion, 7th Sapper Battalion; about 2000 men. With these troops were 4 pontoon trains, each consisting of 26 iron ..."

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