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“The parade of influence peddling and corporate malfeasance led by drum-major Jack Abramoff and followed by the flag-waving, close-order drill team of Safavian, Lay, Skilling, DeLay, Brent Wilkes, Ney, Dusty Foggo and, of course, the Dukester.”
“We note for 1769 the mention of Cholet as drum-major and his son as junior drum-major.”
“In 1758 the drum-major was paid 600 livres 1 livre = 1 franc, a sergeant-major 540 and a captain 6000.”
“An earlier Order of 6 June 1745 records the establishment of a drum-major for each headquarters.”
“All these absurdities of the worthy woman, who is truly pious and charitable, might have passed unnoticed, if nature, amusing herself as she often does by turning out these ludicrous creations, had not endowed her with the height of a drum-major, and thus held up to view the comicalities of her provincial nature.”
““The one who walks like a drum-major,” answered the lieutenant.”
“I slip off to the side aisle; but my friend the drum-major is instantly after me — almost I thought he was going to lay hands on me.”
“My friend the drum-major ecclesiastic was down upon me in a moment.”
““Send me my drum-major to flog that woman!” roared out the infuriate King.”
“At the head was big Warren Whitby, in the bearskin and gold-and-crimson coat of a drum-major.”
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