head quarters[ hed-kwawr-terz, -kwaw- ]SEE DEFINITION OF head quarters
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"It is the head quarters of the British army," said Mr. George.
Col. Chester to send an adjutant to Head Quarters for orders.
When are you going to make the announcement at head quarters?
Bonaparte, on his retreat from Moscow, had his head quarters at Smolensk.
Rex went down to the shed which was the head–quarters of the volunteers.
The offer was accepted; Alexander established his head quarters at Sicyon.
In December, 1814, it served the English army for head quarters.
Venice, “which city remained his head quarters for some years.”
Its head quarters are the southern and south-midland counties of England.
But I've had directions from head quarters which oblige me to quicken my movements.