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  • They and the president made it clear on the "Situation Room," with our four-star general on the other end saying, General, anything you need, anything you need is at the disposal of this rescue mission.

    CNN Transcript Jan 16, 2010

  • It is understandable if such an im - passe provoked much discontent with the general con - dition of the Church, and stimulated a great deal of thinking about the position of both popes and General

    CHRISTIANITY IN HISTORY

  • In August, 1789, it was agreed, with certain limitations and restrictions, that "the bishops of this Church, when there shall be three or more, shall, whenever a General Convention shall be held, form a _House of Revision; _ and when any proposed act shall have passed in the _General Convention_, the same shall be transmitted to the _House of Revision_ for their concurrence."

    Report of Commemorative Services with the Sermons and Addresses at the Seabury Centenary, 1883-1885.

  • _ Lieutenant Byrd, this to General Walker: _General: -- You will take in reverse the battery on the turnpike and sweep with your artillery the ground occupied by the enemy, and silence the batteries on the island of the Shenandoah.

    The Long Roll

  • General McLaws: _General: -- You will attack so as to sweep with your artillery the ground occupied by the enemy, take his batteries in reverse, and otherwise operate against him as circumstances may justify.

    The Long Roll

  • Nansouty's brilliant cavalrymen were already awake and their general having divined to some extent the part he was to play in the glorious day, the eleventh of February, the trumpets were already calling his horsemen to arms when Marteau delivered the order and took his place by the General as the Emperor's representative, a high position and great responsibility for so young a soldier.

    The Eagle of the Empire A Story of Waterloo

  • MAJOR-GENERAL BURNSIDE, Commanding Ninth Corps, etc. GENERAL, -- The General commanding has learned that although your corps was ordered to be in a designated position at 12 M. to-day, at or near sunset only one division and four batteries had reached the ground intended for your troops.

    Military Reminiscences of the Civil War, Volume 1 April 1861-November 1863

  • Lafayette had under his orders two general officers, who had been engaged in the service of France, namely, General Kalb, a German by birth, who came over in the same vessel with himself; and General

    Memoirs, Correspondence and Manuscripts of General Lafayette

  • General Stark with a large body, and indeed General Gates had told to me, _General Stark will have burnt the fleet before your arrival_.

    Memoirs, Correspondence and Manuscripts of General Lafayette

  • He said the American commanding general of ISAF and NATO representatives, along with General

    The Times of India

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