- n. Plural form of officer.
“In this way was discovered the Monarchist plot led by former Duma-member Purishkevitch and a group of nobles and officers, who had planned an officers uprising, and had written a letter inviting Kaledin to Petrograd.”
“Nearly all these officers are detached from their several regiments and corps, thus injuring the efficiency of regiments and companies; and we have in our service, by this absurd mode of supplying the defects of our system of organization by brevet rank, the anomaly of _officers being generals, and at the same time not generals; of holding certain ranks and grades, and yet not holding these ranks and grades!”
Elements of Military Art and Science Or, Course Of Instruction In Strategy, Fortification, Tactics Of Battles, &C.; Embracing The Duties Of Staff, Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery, And Engineers; Adapted To The Use Of Volunteers And Militia; Third Edition; With Critical Notes On The Mexican And Crimean Wars.
“a citizen of such free city or town were called _municipal rights_, and its officers were called _municipal officers_.”
“I suppose the term officers, includes general as well as regimental officers.”
“There is a local range run by the police dapartment, where they train officers, that is also open to the public.”
“During a term officers should receive a stipend equal to %200 of their salary from the previous year.”
“And the training of the officers is a much more complicated matter than the training of the men.”
“Having poured in a raking fire, he stood off for a few moments, during which he called the officers and men on deck, and stated his intention.”
“However, he came back and read a statement from a woman who was allegedly attacked by the man who was killed in which she called the officers who came to her defense.”
“On that first morning several of the prisoners, two wardresses, and one of the overseeing wardresses ( "officers" is the correct term) came up to my bed and refolded the corners of the bed cover, saying, "You haven't got that quite right," or "That's wrong; this is the way you should do it.”
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All words of the Lisbon Treaty
(Persons' names, foreign and grammatical words have been eliminated, MWEs have been split up into individual words. Capitalization has been retained if r...
An act for the better securing the liberty of the subject, and for prevention of imprisonments beyond the seas.
WHEREAS great delays have been used by sheriffs, gaolers and other offi...
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by Joe Grant and Steve Ritchie
Come all you brave young soldier lads
With your strong and manly bearing
I'll tell you ...
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