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Counter attack an attack made as a reply to an initial attack; retaliation
Latitude a distance north or south of the equator, measured by degrees
Longitude a distance east or west of the prime meridian (a line that runs from the North to the South Pole, through Greenwich, England), measured by degrees
Parallel (geographical) a line of latitude encircling the earth; so named because (unlike meridians, which meet at the poles) they run parallel to each other, and to the equator
Perimeter 1) a line bounding or marking off an area; 2) the outermost limits of something; 3) an armored boundary that secures a troop position in war
Resolution a formal expression of opinion or intention made by a formal organization, a legislature, a club, or other group, usually after a vote
Skirmish a fight between small troops, especially in areas that lie in between opposing armies
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