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  • noun Plural form of uniform.

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  • Despite the trappings of traditional sports – players in uniforms, referees in stripes, corporate branding in every place imaginable – competitive gaming, or e-sports as some call it, hasn't upgraded from niche to mainstream, though the World Cyber Games and main sponsor Samsung Electronics Co. hope to change that mindset with "WCG Ultimate Gamer."

    World Cyber Games Kickoff In Los Angeles

  • Despite the trappings of traditional sports – players in uniforms, referees in stripes, corporate branding in every place imaginable – competitive gaming, or e-sports as some call it, hasn't upgraded from niche to mainstream, though the World Cyber Games and main sponsor Samsung Electronics Co. hope to change that mindset with "WCG Ultimate Gamer."

    World Cyber Games Kickoff In Los Angeles

  • Serving mass in lay clothes or uniforms is rather a tolerance than an indult.

    Lourdes : Pèlerinage National

  • Despite the trappings of traditional sports – players in uniforms, referees in stripes, corporate branding in every place imaginable – competitive gaming, or e-sports as some call it, hasn't upgraded from niche to mainstream, though the World Cyber Games and main sponsor Samsung Electronics Co. hope to change that mindset with "WCG Ultimate Gamer."

    World Cyber Games Kickoff In Los Angeles

  • Except in rare cases the prisoners get no working clothes issued to them and, as the exchange of uniforms is made only on a very reduced scale since their captivity, the condition of clothing is relatively bad for

    Work Camp 194 GW

  • I just spent three days arguing with locals in Phoenix that our basketball team wearing “los Suns” uniforms is not somehow dissing on the US, and then your kids fire off the same kind of BS in reverse?

    Coyote Blog » 2010 » May

  • I just spent three days arguing with locals in Phoenix that our basketball team wearing “los Suns” uniforms is not somehow dissing on the US, and then your kids fire off the same kind of BS in reverse?

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » You’re Making It Difficult

  • Yeah, I get the POW/battlefield analogy, but one also has to reasonably admit the nature of this process today is different than in, say, the defined battlefields with combatants in uniforms in WWII.

    Coyote Blog » 2009 » November

  • Yeah, I get the POW/battlefield analogy, but one also has to reasonably admit the nature of this process today is different than in, say, the defined battlefields with combatants in uniforms in WWII.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » My Problem with the KSM Trial

  • Except in rare cases the prisoners get no working clothes issued to them and, as the exchange of uniforms is made only on a very reduced scale since their captivity, the condition of clothing is relatively bad for

    Work Camp 924 GW

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  • Captured at Yorktown, from the British "Deputy-Quarter-Master" and seized "in consequence of his violation of the right of flags":

    77 uniforms for non-commissioned officers.

    17 ditto (meaning "the same") for drummers (and fifers, included because "drummers" was used synonymously with "musicians").

    420 ditto privates.

    12 ditto servants.

    These were listed separately from other items of clothing such as hats, caps, coats, jackets, and other items such as cloth.

    October 29, 2007