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In military-speak, enfilade refers to a linear position of troops or weapons, but in architecture it means an interconnected group of rooms all in a row, with doors along a single axis. No Baroque palace was complete without such a suite, but today the term may apply to any succession of rooms with one uninterrupted sight line—so a shotgun shack could possibly be considered an enfilade!
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