A Temporary Truce
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"A Temporary Truce" is a 1912 American short silent Western film directed by D. W. Griffith and starring Blanche Sweet. A print of the film survives in the film archive of the Library of Congress.
- country: United States of America
- languages: English Language, Silent film
- cinematography by Billy Bitzer
- genres: Western, Silent film, Black-and-white
- released on (102 years ago)
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Containing an Explanation of the Principal Terms Used in Mathematics, Artillery, and Fortification; and Comprising the Substance of the Latest Regulations on Courts Martial, Pay, Pensions, Allowances, Etc. ; a Comparative Table of Ancient and Modern Geography ; Achievements of the British Army ; with an Address to Gentlemen Entering the Army by E. S. Norman Campbell
A temporary truce, or suspension of hostilities. ARMOURER. The person who makes, cleans, or repairs arms. as ARMOURY. A store-house in which arms are deosited. ARMS. Any kind of weapon used for offence or defence. The arms issued ...
A military dictionary, explaining and describing the technical terms [&c.] used in the science of war (1778)
by Military dictionary
A temporary truce or cessation of arms, for a short space of time . Armory.
by P R. Kumaraswamy
to seek a temporary truce between the combatants. By the time the second truce of the Arab–Israeli War of 1948 came into force on 18 July 1948, Israel had made significant territorial gains and consolidated its military-political position.
Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature; Constructed on a Plan, by which the Different Sciences and Arts are Digested Into the Form of Distinct Treatises Or Systems, Comprehending the History, Theory, and Practice, of Each, According to the Latest Discoveries and Improvements... Vol. 1. [-18] (1797)
a temporary truce or cessation of arms for a very short space of time. The word is Latin armjstirium; and compounded of arma, " arms," andsto " to stand, or slop." A RMOISIN, a lilk stuss, or kind ostaffety, manusactured in the East lndies, ...
Encyclopedia of the Atlantic World, 1400–1900: Europe, Africa, and the Americas in An Age of Exploration, Trade, and Empires [2 volumes] (2017)
by David Head
A temporary truce with Spain (1609–1621) slowed Dutch activities in the Atlantic world for a time because, in the treaty, the Dutch agreed not to found a West India Company, and they agreed not to trade in Spanish and Portuguese territories.
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