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It had been towed into the yard at the back of the barracks. FIELD OF BLOODHe was not lording it now over a barracks where discipline was supported by a traditional system. MOONDROP TO MURDERChristmas... what a thought... Christmas in the Springfield Road barracks. FIELD OF BLOOD
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British English: barracks NOUN
A barracks is a building or group of buildings where soldiers or other members of the armed forces live and work.
...an army barracks in the north of the city.
Definition of barracks from the Collins English Dictionary
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