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- n. Common misspelling of legionnaire.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Barack Obama is the wrist watch on the legionaire in Mccain's misguided roman costume epic
Who was the legionaire that traveled from the future only to wind up in the middle of Final Night?
Would a fair knowledge of the English lanquage be a requirement for a foreign legionaire in such a military?
Human bones are much sturdier, sure, but then again a roman-era sword would have been much heavier than my cleaver, not to mention a roman legionaire being rather stronger than bookish little me.
(Although that maybe an urban myth, but I was told that by an ex legionaire.)
Go into waypoint mode and get the legionaire to fire on the building and the commando to plant a C4 charge then run away.
ah this brings back memories, I had forgotten Douglas Hill, his last legionaire and huntsman series as well the above mentioned were the first steps along the road that would eventually lead to the worlds of Erikson, Martin, Hamilton et al, I write this with a big nostalgic smile on my face, in fact I may try to track them down.