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The officer commanded his troops to attack the fortressI still don't know most of the basic commands for my computer.

The officer commanded his troops to attack the fortress.

Tiger Williams holds a commanding lead after the first round of the tournament.

The commander of the U.N. forces is asking for help in getting aid supplies to the refugees.

The policeman commanded the driver to get out of his car, and lie on the ground.

She is a top scientist, and commands the respect of her colleagues throughout the world.

Her command of English has improved a great deal since she came to New Zealand.

George Herbert once remarked that there is great force hidden in a gentle command.

There is a Yugoslavian proverb which observes that he who does not know how to serve cannot know how to command.

Captive elephants can be trained to respond to as many as 40 different voice commands.

Even a modest command of the local language will help when visiting a foreign country.

The outermost layer of the brain, the cortex, is responsible for receiving messages from all the senses, and for giving the body all its commands to move.

Studies show that men in our society command a disproportionate share of power, prestige, and resources.

The battle was going badly and a command was given to retreat.

Early in 1865, Robert E. Lee was given command of all the Southern armies fighting in the American Civil War.

The Hindu religion notes that everyone wants to command, and no one wants to obey.

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