Similar words: poster, imposter, posterity, preposterous, postmodern, stern, foster, cistern. Meaning: ['pəʊstɜrn /-stɜːn] n. a small gate in the rear of a fort or castle.
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1, A small postern door in the great gate opened.
2, A lay brother let us in through a postern gate where others took care of our horses and baggage.
3, The postern by exquisite blackboard newspaper.
4, This is a postern virus.
5, Or his database opens Jiang of Ge postern and so on.
6, We slipped out of the postern door of the castle.
7, Scampish software and postern trojan,(http://sentencedict.com/postern.html) privately installs a lot of scampish software for the user.
8, I stayed where I was, shouting out orders and near enough to the postern gate if things should go wrong.
9, I looked over to the side wall where the postern gate stood and went cold with terror.
10, Every few months Hugh de Tracy would mutter about seeing to the building of a proper barbican over the postern.
11, We crept down into the hall, through the kitchen and out by a small postern door.
12, Because process technology can find the flaw of this program a bit higher, perhaps saying is postern .
13, Instead of taking the short cut along the Sound we went down the road and entered by the big postern.
14, Was installed on the network server as a result of this company " postern program " , and this program must go out to drill to undertake in company in-house server.
15, Under king some gas, let technical personnel Zhang Mou make " logistic bomb " reach " postern program " , attack website.
16, It was an ancient alley door, low, vaulted, narrow, solid, entirely of oak, lined on the inside with a sheet of iron and iron stays, a genuine prison postern.
17, You should enjoy free lunch, what have to allow a family to open your home is postern .
18, He sat within earshot, milking the cows by the light of a lantern, which I seized unceremoniously, and, calling out that I would send it back on the morrow, rushed to the nearest postern.
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