from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A man who is a member of the armed forces.
- n. A man whose work is the maintenance and repair of equipment.
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- n. A man who serves in the armed forces.
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- n. someone who serves in the armed forces; a member of a military force
II; one serviceman from the Persian Gulf War and one, Sgt. Matt Maupin of Ohio, who is still missing from the current war in Iraq.
The SOFA demands that every last U.S. serviceman is on a plane by December 31, 2011.
I don ` t believe a serviceman is contributing less.
American serviceman is dead, it is not considered sufficient to conclude that a man is still alive.
Chris you are so out of line – where do you get off saying that liberals don’ t care when a serviceman is killed.
I called the serviceman, and he took apart the inner workings.
The serviceman is the product of a Western society which, while it values individualism intrinsically, values subordination in pursuit of a collective objective as well.
I wanted him to be proud of me, just as he was proud of Rab and Steve, but still I was not persuaded that becoming a serviceman was the answer.
The serviceman is the third from 40 Commando to have died in three days.
"Having him as my serviceman is the best possible scenario," Vonn says, "because he probably has the most experience on the World Cup tour."