an area, closed to the public, in Catoctin Mountain Park in N central Maryland: presidential retreat with guests’ quarters and conference facilities.
the US president’s retreat in the Appalachian Mountains, Maryland: scene of the Camp David Agreement (Sept, 1978) between Anwar Sadat of Egypt and Menachem Begin of Israel, mediated by Jimmy Carter, which outlined a framework for establishing peace in the Middle East. This agreement was the basis of the peace treaty between Israel and Egypt signed in Washington (March, 1979)
a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt issuing from talks at Camp David between Egyptian President Sadat, Israeli Prime Minister Begin, and the host, U.S. President Carter: signed in 1979.
of or relating to fields or open country. Historical Examples Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various adjective of or relating to open fields or country
an outdoor fire for warmth or cooking, as at a camp. a gathering around such a fire. a reunion of soldiers, scouts, etc. a U.S. organization for girls and boys that emphasizes the building of character and good citizenship through work, health, and love; originally founded for girls (Camp Fire girls) in 1910, it is […]
a civilian not officially connected with a military unit, especially a prostitute, who follows or settles near an army camp. a person who sympathizes with or espouses the aims of a group without belonging to it. Contemporary Examples At U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Anniversary, One Survivor’s Quest Continues Sandra McElwaine April 28, 2013 Historical Examples […]