from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of jaeger.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A sharpshooter. See yager.
- n. Any species of gull of the genus Stercorarius. Three species occur on the Atlantic coast. The jagers pursue other species of gulls and force them to disgorge their prey. The two middle tail feathers are usually decidedly longer than the rest. Called also boatswain, and marline-spike bird. The name is also applied to the skua, or Arctic gull (Megalestris skua).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Any bird of the family Laridæ and subfamily Ster-corariinæ or Lestridinæ, as a skua-gull, arctic-bird, dirty-allen, or dung-hunter.
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I find a level of appreciation and acceptance in that, instead of focusing on them apparently trying to appear 'hip and precious'. jager
I am looking forward to Foundry making generals and personalities for the 1806 Prussians - I will eagerly use those along with other items, such as more jager poses, that complement the Elite range.
This is what Bill saw in front of his dragoons and jager screen: Prussian infantry supported by Prussian dragoons and cuirassiers.
Razzberry should go to the bottom and jager should float on top.
I don't mind seeing a groups of fun girls in a gay bar, so long as they are dressed cute and know how to do jager shots.
A roll of 1-2 was a misfire; 3-4 was a jager hunting in the woods; and a roll of 5-6 meant enemy forces were setting an ambush.
Moritz von Anhalt Dessau commanded the Prussian right wing of 8 battalions and 7 squadrons of cavalry, while Hans von Zieten commanded the Advance Guard of light troops one jager battalion, 7 squadrons of hussars, and a battery of horse artillery.
Our little gaggle of ladies of the Gallian Court found themselves trapped behind the enemies lines when a Germanian reconaissance in force 3 btns musketeers, 1 btn grenadiers, 4 jager companies, 6 squadrons of hussars, 3 squadrons of dragoons, and two 6 pounders led by Major General von Hacke, occupied the little village of Muhlenberg, situated a few miles west of the Fulda Gap.
My initial thought is to paint all three battalions in each musketeer regiment and then add a jager battalion or an "orphan battalion" of musketeers from another regiment in order to give each player four battalions to command.
According to George Nafziger: The freikorps consisted of the Volontair-Regiment Husaren formed in 1759, the Freidragoner Regiment formed in 1760, the Croaten , formed in 1761, and the jager formed in 1761.