Definition of Supply route
1. Noun. A route over which supplies can be delivered.
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Literary usage of Supply route
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1. A History of California: The Spanish Period by Charles Edward Chapman (1921)
"The project of a supply route from Sonora appealed to hun, also, because it might lessen the burden of expense ..."
2. The Clouded Lens: Persian Gulf Security and U.S. Policy by James H. Noyes (1982)
"... development of a US lend-lease supply route to Russia from the Gulf across Iran to the Caspian, American policy concepts expanded rapidly. ..."
3. U.S. Policy Consideration on the 40th Anniversary of the Tibetan Uprising edited by Benjamin A. Gilman (2001)
"He advised that the local resistance forces could conduct ambushes along the Sichuan-Lhasa highway and disrupt traffic along this major supply route for the ..."
4. Illinois in the World War: An Illustrated History of the Thirty-third Division by States Publications Society (1920)
"... Lieutenant Higley, on duty as a reconnaissance officer, and Lieutenant Trager, on their own initiative, crossed the Meuse to reconnoiter a supply route. ..."