alarumsand excursions
a·la·rums and excursions (ə-lärʹəmz, -lărʹ-) pl.n.
1. Loud, frantic, or excited activity; clamor.
2. The sounds of war or warlike activity. Used as a stage direction for moving of soldiers across stage, as in Shakespeare's plays.
  [Early Modern English, sudden attacks and sallies.]

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Universalium. 2010.

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