Humberside Police then commandeered busses to take the Swans fans to Hull.
Commandeered a double decker bus to ferry them to police stations.
Commandeered a military vehicle that's believed to be armed.
The pause allowed him time to commandeer the buckets.
You can commandeer any safe house or Guardians or anything you want.
Special liabilities lay upon riparian owners to repair canals, bridges, quays, &c. The state claimed certain proportions of all crops, stock, &c. The king's messengers could commandeer any subject's property, giving a receipt.
Autonomous Cafe has successfully commandeered EDB Cafe of the University of Sussex on the 31/01/06.
One, a former Air Vise Marshal, even commandeered a helicopter.
Simon Clark: I write at home in what was once the dining room and which I have now commandeered as my office.
Commandeered by the armed forces to supply them with timber.
Commandeered by the army.
Commandeered by the navy during World War II.
Commandeered for the purpose.
Commandeered to take away the walking wounded.
Commandeered two ships from German merchants.
Commandeering this vessel on Her Majesty's Secret Intelligence Service.
Commandeers a boat and heads to Africa in search of Ryan.
The artificers had already commandeered the upper part of the House for new sleeping quarters, away from the relative insecurity of the Beacon-house.
The military also commandeered five acres of woodland, opposite the Bakery, belonging to Newchapel House.
Commandeer a pc.