the 100,000-man army Germany was permitted to maintain under the Versailles Treaty after World War I: the limit was secretly exceeded.
noun 1. Sir George Huston, 1845–1918, Australian statesman, born in Scotland: prime minister 1904–05. 2. Thomas, 1710–96, Scottish philosopher. 3. Whitelaw [hwahyt-law,, wahyt-] /ˈʰwaɪtˌlɔ,, ˌwaɪt-/ (Show IPA), 1837–1912, U.S. diplomat and journalist. 4. a male given name, form of Read. noun 1. Sir George Houston. 1845–1918, Australian statesman, born in Scotland: premier of New South […]
[ahy-den-tuh-fi-key-shuh n, ih-den-] /aɪˌdɛn tə fɪˈkeɪ ʃən, ɪˌdɛn-/ noun 1. an act or instance of identifying; the state of being identified. 2. something that identifies a person, animal, or thing: He carries identification with him at all times. 3. Sociology. acceptance as one’s own of the values and interests of a social group. 4. Psychology. […]
verb (used with object), identified, identifying. 1. to recognize or establish as being a particular person or thing; verify the identity of: to identify handwriting; to identify the bearer of a check. 2. to serve as a means of identification for: His gruff voice quickly identified him. 3. to make, represent to be, or regard […]
noun 1. a city in N North Carolina.