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  • Eventually we got a lift into Athens, to try to re-join our unit, but nobody had heard of the 3rd Cheshire Field Squadron, and we were ordered to join a company of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, which had just landed at

    Alan Glass

  • At one point in northern Greece we had to de-train and march via a detour to re-join another train, on account of a demolished bridge that we ourselves had blown up – and the guards were none too gentle with laggards!

    Alan Glass

  • In 2009, he accepted an offer to re-join the group on a tour across the U.S. and Europe, fueling the fire for the quartet to return to the studio.

    Bela Fleck & The Flecktones 'Reunite'

  • To re-join Allen's team, Thomas will be leaving McGuireWoods Consulting.

    Afternoon Fix: Mitt Romney picks up endorsements

  • In 2009, he accepted an offer to re-join the group on a tour across the U.S. and Europe, fueling the fire for the quartet to return to the studio.

    Bela Fleck & The Flecktones 'Reunite'

  • And since the majority of my friends were getting shipped out, I decided to re-join.

    Jake Nun Patrick Arlt

  • I chose this month to re-join because I figured my life should be settling down soon (ha!).

    Back In The Saddle: Daring Bakers' Lasagne

  • I chose this month to re-join because I figured my life should be settling down soon (ha!).

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Coaches like the speedy receiver, and Banks would be a prime candidate to re-join the Redskins 'roster in the near future.

    Ryan Torain to replace Brandon Banks on roster

  • David Wright was cleared by doctors to resume baseball activities and could re-join the Mets by the time they return from the All-Star break.

    Mets Get Odd Taste of Good News

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