Countermarching in a sentence

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During the time that Lawton had been countermarching from Santa Cruz, back by way of El Poso, there had been, as before stated, no reserve for the left wing.
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But I can not describe the various campaigns of Cæsar in Gaul and Britain without going into details hard to be understood—his brilliant victories over enemies of vastly greater numbers, his marchings and countermarchings, his difficulties and dangers, his inventive genius, his strategic talents, his boundless resources, his command over his soldiers and their idolatry, until, after nine years, Gaul was subdued and added to the Roman provinces.
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History, rising out of dim mists, is seen to be the marching and the countermarching of nations in the throes of progress and of social change.
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How little he foresaw that other campaigns were impending, which would give more historical interest to the valley than even Cornwallis's marchings and countermarchings!
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We were carried to see the drill at the cross-roads, and a brave sight it seemed to us: the lines marching and countermarching in the field, with the horses galloping as they wheeled amid clouds of dust, at the hoarse commands of the excited officers, and the roadside lined with spectators of every age and condition.
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A great deal had happened in the interval-a wild marching and countermarching of emotions, arguments, ideas-a fury of insurgent impulses that fell back spent upon themselves.
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That Thorn, who was marching and countermarching in osier beds, and other swampy places, was impressed with a presentiment that he should be drowned; in which case, had his instructions been complied with, he could not fail to have been brought to life again instantly by his own prescription.
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We seemed to be hours on our journey through these labyrinths; and when at last we reached our rooms, they were so cold and so unwarmable that we were fain to journey back again, up and down, along and athwart, marching and countermarching past regiments of closed doors, until at length we attained the region of the hotel dining-saloon, where it was at least two or three degrees less cold than elsewhere.
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Examples of Countermarching

Example #1
The independent division of Gen. Bates had been ordered to the front as rapidly as possible.
Example #2
It was supposed, up to this time, at headquarters, that the information on which this marching was ordered was correct.
Example #3
During his long absence from Rome his interests were guarded by the tribune Curio, and Marcus Antonius, the future triumvir.
Example #4
Cæsar had to resist powerful confederations of the Gauls, and in order to strike terror among them, in the fourth year of the war, invaded Britain.
Example #5
It is not the story of princes alone, but of peasants as well; the result of myriads of small, obscure lives; of changing conditions; of the movements of great economic, psychologic, and spiritual forces.
Example #6
History is no more looked upon as the story of the trophies of warriors, conquerors, and kings.