MOINEAU

, a flat bastion raised before a curtin when it is too long, and the bastions of the angles too remote to be able to defend one another. Sometimes the Moineau is joined to the curtin, and sometimes it is divided from it by a moat. Here musquetry are placed to fire each way.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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MOAT
MOBILE
MOBILITY
MODILLIONS
MODULE
* MOINEAU
MOLYNEUX (William)
MOMENT
MONOCEROS
MONOCHORD
MONOMIAL