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  • n. Plural form of fusilier.

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Examples

  • A similarly inflexible business organization would still have a major Whale Oil Division; a military unit would be mainly fusiliers and cavalry.

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  • And despite the hole torn in their ranks by the latest explosion, they continued to come, and now the fusiliers were arranging themselves in a row, lowering their guns to fire, and they were still as numerous as the pebbles on a beach.

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  • He had seen an overwhelming force of fusiliers, when the army was below him in the valley.

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  • I like the way that this sample uniform turned out, so I expect to order a battalion of fusiliers once I make some headway on the other battalions that are already on order.

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  • I was incorrect when I stated that the Minden SYW Austrian fusiliers do not have pom pons on their tricorns.

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  • I am now going to have to chop the heads off of 22 FR fusiliers and 22 FR Grenadiers just to ensure the cuffs are correct on the Grenadiers for my converged battalion.

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  • “THE body of the 201st soldier to die in Afghanistan arrived back in Britain yesterday alongside two fusiliers and the commander they died trying to save.”

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  • Several of the SYW Prussian musketeer regiments had rose facings IR7, IR18 and the very gaudy looking IR40 fusiliers with pink breeches and waistcoat and the DR3 Meinicke Dragoons.

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  • For example, in 1758, Gomez estimates that there were 116,116 German fusiliers in 816 fusilier companies, or an average of 142 fusiliers per company in 1758.

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  • This decimated the two battalions of IR41 Wied Prussian fusiliers by half before they could even fire.

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