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- n. Alternative form of sergeancy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as sergeancy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as sergeantship.
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Mal took an honorable discharge, brought Celeste and Stefan to America, returned to his LAPD sergeantcy and divorced Laura.
"It may be worth mentioning," says Roosevelt, "that he kept on saving life after he was given his sergeantcy."
It may be worth mentioning that he kept on saving life after he was given his sergeantcy.
By the police he was earnestly desired as the most dangerous murderer at large in all the north, and the lucky man who captured him, dead or alive, was sure of a sergeantcy.
Philip was not thinking of the sergeantcy as he kept steadily along the edge of the Barren.
He went into one of the New Mexican troops, and by his high qualities and zealous attention to duty speedily rose to a sergeantcy, and finally won his lieutenancy for gallantry in action.
He could just barely read and write, and his aspirations did not rise even so high as to a sergeantcy.
It was indeed Lindsay, my old comrade, promoted to a sergeantcy.
Mal knew: Thad Green offering him a transfer to the Hat Squad when his sergeantcy came through back in ‘41.
Teaching Chief Steckel’s daughter to shoot a .22 and ride a horse earned him a sergeantcy, tours in Bunco, Robbery and the big enchilada — Narcotics.