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emplacement

em·place·ment / emˈplāsmənt/ • n. 1. a structure on or in which something is firmly placed. ∎  a platform or defended position where a gun is placed for firing. 2. chiefly Geol. the process or state of setting something in place or being set in place.

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emplacement

emplacement XIX. — F., f. EM-1 + place PLACE; see -MENT.

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