Commanding

  • (adj): Used of a height or viewpoint.
    Example: "A commanding view of the ocean"
    Synonyms: dominating, overlooking
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on commanding:

Sri Lanka Electrical And Mechanical Engineers - Units - Regular/Vol Units
1st Sri Lanka Electrical and Mechanical Engineers - Panagoda - Commanding By Lt Col Sujeewa Kristhorubadu(SF - South) Tel-+94112857894 2nd(V) Sri Lanka ... EME Armd Battalion-Sarliyapura-Commanding By Lt Col Deepal Hathurusinghe- Tel-+94252234812 EME Arty Bde Wksp-Minneriya-Commanding By Lt Col Nalin Peiris Tel-+94273273416 Sri lanka Electrical And Mechnaical Engineers ...
Paul Alexiu
... He served as Commanding Officer of the 4th Artillery Regiment between 1941 and 1942, and in 1942 to 1943 he served as the Commanding Officer of the artillery 10th division ... from 1943–1944, and in 1944 became General Officer Commanding Artillery 1st Army ... He became Commanding 2nd Military Region in 1947, General Officer Commanding Anti-Aircraft Defence in 1949, and between 1949 and 1955 was arrested ...
Alexandru Batcu
... From 1941 to 1943, he served as Commanding Officer 28th Fortress Regiment ... In 1944, he began as a Prefect of Tiraspol, then became a General Officer Commanding 5th Division, and finally a General Officer Commanding 5th Training Division ...
Charles Joseph Weld - Command History
1938–1939 General Staff Officer 1, Waziristan District, India 1940–1942 Commanding Officer, 21st Indian Brigade, Indian 10th Infantry Division, Middle East 1942 General Officer Commanding, Cyprus ...
Alexandru Beldiceanu
... He was Head Adjutant Section General Staff in 1941, Commanding Officer Infantry Guards Division in 1942, and became Deputy general Officer Commanding 1st Armored Division later ... In 1943, he was General Officer Commanding 101st Mountain Command, and in 1944 he was General Officer Commanding 1st Mountain Division ...

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Famous quotes containing the word commanding:

    We are born to do benefits; and what better or properer can we call our own than the riches of our friends? O, what a precious comfort ‘tis to have so many like brothers commanding one another’s fortunes!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    But wise men pierce this rotten diction and fasten words again to visible things; so that picturesque language is at once a commanding certificate that he who employs it, is a man in alliance with truth and God.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    It has never occurred to me to wish for empire or royalty, nor for the eminence of those high and commanding fortunes. My aim lies not in that direction; I love myself too well.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)