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- noun Plural form of
- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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"She was a driver, did some reccies for actions and of course involved herself in the social aspect of the camp," said Kate Anderson, 29, another friend.
The Coy Comd of 2 R Irish (when I was SATO) there was so stupid that when we had a rumour of Argie SF being on the ground he was foolish enough to pull out a plan showing he had done map and ground reccies of potential sniper and mortar firing points and had sufficient information to set up a mortar shoot.
I only ever needed a few hours on Saturday at some time, usually in early evening while the company carried out reccies for the final attack.
In the meantime, any reccies for a good internet service provider to take over my account?