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  • I was glad to see the students (E-3's to O-3's) getting thrashed physically, reminded that a lack of proper tools shouldn't stop the job getting done and being reminded that being called a Sapper is the greatest compliment that could be paid to them

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  • The other was a Security, Patrol, and Rescue robot, an SPR, more casually called Sapper 323.

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  • "This is Danny Daniel Webb, known as Sapper to his friends."

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  • The medal belonged to a man called Sapper George Jesse Howe Smith but searching for a man with the surname Smith who died in 1945 wasn't an easy task.

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  • That was the title of Richard Usborne's book, published in the same year as Casino Royale, about the novels of John Buchan, Dornford Yates, and "Sapper," and those earlier heroes would not, Bergonzi sniffed, have tolerated club servants talking like something out of a New Yorker ad ( "If I may suggest, Sir, the Dom Perignon '46").

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  • R.Jul. - Aug. (21.) * #McNeille, Cyril ( "Sapper").

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  • McNeile, under the pen name "Sapper," was already somewhat known in

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  • Team "Sapper" is one of three team finalists chosen based on the individualism, originality, inspiration and creativity of their submissions, as well as their passion for automotive tuning and the results of public voting at www. battleofthebuilds.com.

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  • - The 951st Combat Engineer "Sapper" Company deployed to Afghanistan and conducted route clearance operations.

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  • An estimated 900 friends, family and well-wishers packed into the Rhinelander High School gym Saturday afternoon give an ecstatic welcome home to the 951st "Sapper" Engineer Company of the Wisconsin U.S.

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  • A sapper is a combat engineer in the British or Commonwealth forces.

    "Sappers Mark Quinsey, 23, of Birmingham, and Patrick Azimkar, 21, of London, were killed as they collected pizzas outside Antrim's Massereene Barracks on March 7." London Daily Telegraph, 27 March 2009

    March 27, 2009