mounted mounted  /ˈmaʊn təd/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) assembled for use; especially by being attached to a support
  2. (adj) decorated with applied ornamentation; often used in combination

Usage(s):

  1. Here's how: a video camera records the real-life scenery behind the subject, transmits that image to a front-mounted projector, which then displays the scene on the reflective .
  2. The Viet Cong had steadily harassed Dak Son, and four times this year had mounted an attack and tried to overrun it; each time they had been stopped short of the defense .

News

  1. RPD mounted patrol update: Public hearing Wednesday night

    The goal is to increase your safety on city streets and combat violence but how do you feel about a plan to eliminate the mounted patrol with the Rochester Police Department?...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: News 10 NBC Rochester

  2. Council discusses mounted patrols

    Rochester City Council members are concerned about cutting police mounted patrol.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

  3. Future of Mounted Patrols in Rochester Police Department

    Rochester, N.Y. – Mounted Patrols are a part of downtown Rochester, but they could be a thing of the past if the current city budget is passed.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: 13WHAM Rochester

Quotes

  1. "You have seen an ad campaign that is mounted against me that says I wanted to stay and fight in Iraq and fight for 100 years," McCain told about 300 people at the Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center.
    on May 2, 2008 By: John McCain Source: Washington Post

  2. Carphone Warehouse chief executive Charles Dunstone said in a statement: "Our concern has rapidly mounted about the broadcast behaviour of individuals within the Big Brother house."
    on Jan 18, 2007 By: Charles Dunstone Source: BBC News

  3. "There seemed to be a lot of pressure with the Davey and Goliath thing last series," Ruff said. "I think that pressure mounted. But it's all behind us now. ...... We've addressed that and we're moving on already."
    on Apr 24, 2007 By: Lindy Ruff Source: Forbes

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