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commissary general meaning

"commissary general" in a sentence
MeaningMobile
  • noun
      The head of the department for supplying provisions, etc to an army
Examples
  • In 1805, he was appointed assistant commissary general at Gibraltar.
  • Champion served as commissary general of provisions for army pensioners in 1832.
  • Palmer was appointed Commissary General of New South Wales on 2 June 1791.
  • In October 1766, he was made commissary general of the papal army.
  • Commissaries General, Commissaries General of Ordnance, and Chiefs of Ordnance listed below:
  • Commissaries General, Commissaries General of Ordnance, and Chiefs of Ordnance listed below:
  • He was named to the lucrative post of commissary general of the papal army.
  • He was Commissary General of the New York State Militia from 1842 to 1847.
  • There he was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and appointed an assistant commissary general of subsistence.
  • On April 30, 1898, he was promoted to colonel and assistant commissary general.
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