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Synonyms for command

Synonyms for command

to have at one's disposal

to have authoritative charge of

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to rise above, especially so as to afford a view of

the act of exercising controlling power or the condition of being so controlled

the capacity to lead others

natural or acquired facility in a specific activity

Synonyms for command

an authoritative direction or instruction to do something

the power or authority to command

availability for use

a position of highest authority

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great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity

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be in command of

demand as one's due

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look down on

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I merely stated that I should refuse to submit to arrest, and that I should demand of him and every other officer and man implicit obedience to my every command until we docked at home.
His face brightened at my words, and he assured me that I would find him as ready to acknowledge my command upon the wrong side of thirty as upon the right, an assurance which I hastened to tell him I did not need.
But Polypoetes was not sole in command, for with him was Leonteus, of the race of Mars, who was son of Coronus, the son of Caeneus.
It inactivated five of its major commands: Strategic Air Command (SAC), Tactical Air Command (TAC), Military Airlift Command (MAC), Air Force Logistics Command (AFLC), and Air Force Systems Command (AFSC).
Computer code is a language that gives commands for computers to follow.
But the biggest thing I gained from this experience was a renewed and fuller appreciation for the incredible professionals who make up this command," Hodge said, explaining that SDDC is a command full of the most dedicated, competent, caring professionals--both civilian and military.
The Army commands include the Army Forces Command, Army Training and Doctrine Command, and Army Materiel Command.
Halstead, commanding general, 3rd Corps Support Command, Army Europe and seventh Army, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq, to commanding general, Army Ordnance Center/commandant, Army Ordnance Schools, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.
With NCQ, the drive considers the location of the read/write head on the disc platter and determines the most efficient path for executing the commands, moving, like the elevator, to the command closest to the head and then to others in a similar fashion.
The Army of the 21st century combines flexible organizational elements, battle-proven techniques of leadership, and a basic concept of command and control (C2) that combines historical experience and modern information technology.
In the Frequently Asked Questions page, the question titled "What a Navy Command should do if it is going to be Disestablished (Shore Commands), Deactivated (Aviation Squadrons), or Decommissioned (Ships)" provides links to instructions covering records disposition and operational histories, along with basic guidelines to help commands decide what materials are relevant for preservation.
Maple, like other powerful math software, is based around a text-based command line interface where the user types mathematical expressions and the software returns a response.
SGM Alan Graykowski, Western Regional Dental Command (WRDC).
Therefore, it developed a unified command structure, uniquely tailored for the needs of the WASC, and reorganized the working groups to fit the new structure.
The USASAC, whose elements were first consolidated at New Cumberland, Pennsylvania, in 1965, is a major subordinate command (MSC) of the Army Materiel Command (AMC), which manages one-half of the Army's procurement dollars and is the Army's main supplier of weapons and equipment.
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