Definition of Reviewing stand
1. Noun. A stand from which a parade or military force can be reviewed.
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Literary usage of Reviewing stand
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1. The New York Times Current History (1919)
"As the caisson approached the official reviewing stand the buglers of the Pelham Bay ... AT THE reviewing stand The marching columns came abreast of the ..."
2. ... The History of the 33rd Division, A.E.F., by Frederick Louis Huidekoper by Frederic Louis Huidekoper (1921)
"Grouped in the front seats of the reviewing stand were the President of the Republic, M. Clemenceau, Marshal Joffre, Marshal Foch, Field Marshal Sir Douglas ..."
3. The Three Hundred and First Engineers: A History, 1917-1919 by 301st Engineer Regiment, United States Army. Corps of Engineers, Army, United States (1920)
"National and Regimental Colors will be brought to the reviewing stand cased. Color Guard will remain at the reviewing stand until after the colors are ..."
4. Illinois in the World War by Illinois State Historical Library (1921)
"On each side of the reviewing stand were smaller stands occupied by Generals, prominent citizens veterans of the War of '70 and '71, etc. ..."