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“We are strong and we scare them, despite the fact we have no guns and only our voices," said Abdul, who described himself as a sub-commander for the antigovernment forces in the district.”
“One sub-commander in Caesar's victory over Vercingetorix, who had also commanded an innovative Roman naval campaign on the Atlantic coast a few years earlier, is "young Brutus".”
“Ilsa here is a section leader in the company headquarters of the body guard detachment for a sub-commander in the private army of our Postal Service.”
“NATO also confirmed that its troops captured a Haqqani network sub-commander and two of his associates during an overnight operation in eastern Khost province.”
“How did you— the sub-commander started, but Tally gestured to cut the feed.”
“The Taliban commander was actually bound by Pashtunwali, the Pashtun moral code, to protect and treat his guest well because hospitality is a key virtue in Afghan tribal society of course, the sub-commander broke these laws when he later kidnapped Paul for ransom -- watch the documentary for the details.”
“One sub-commander named Haji Nur says that an Afghan Army force backed by helicopters attacked a village on the border between Qarabagh and Shelghari districts at 1 a.m. earlier this week.”
“Sgt Xolane Mtumtum was at the time a sub-commander of 30 members of the now defunct National Peace Keeping Force in Thokoza on the East Rand.”
“Out of the corner of his eye, Kang saw his sub-commander pick up a stout tree branch.”
“Noting the droop of Kang's wings, the sub-commander added, "That bad, huh?”
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