civilian

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civilian

1 a person learned in the civil or Roman law.
2 as an adjective, pertaining to the civil or Roman law.
3 a person not in the armed forces.

CIVILIAN. A doctor, professor, or student of the civil law.

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According to HRW, very few civillians were killed due to air-dropped clusters in the Iraq invasion in 2003.
When police found a suitcase hidden in their civillian contact's home which contained ammunition for rifles, submachine guns and 9mm pistols, flares and smoke grenades, they also found Fitzsimmons Army identity card.
Soon after,people who had been awarded the Edward medal were offered the chance to swap it for the civillian equivalent of the George Cross, which is probably what most people did.
Extra funding has been given to Merseyside police for the service which will be provided by civillian counsellors.
In July 1993, photographer Dan Eldon was stoned to death along with three other journalists in Somalia, when American helicopters mistakenly attacked a civillian residence and the locals' fury flared up around foreign faces and cameras.
Jill presented the BBC for Kosovo refugees and died just days after NATO blitzed the Belgrade HQ of Serbian TV, killing several civillian employees.
THE North East last night became dark to remember the thousands of soldiers, airman, sailors and civillians who died in The Great War.
A security source told KUNA that an improvised vehcile parking near the crowded Maridi market area at Al-Sadr city, killing two civillians and injuring six others.
Raya Abu Hajaj, 64, and her daughter Majda, 37, were killed while in a group of Palestinian civillians carrying white flags, in the Gazan village of Juhor al-Dik, on January 4th 2009, the first day of Israel's ground invasion of Gaza during Operation Cast Lead.
UN observers from on Thursday visited the village of al-Kabir in the Syrian province of Hama, where some 90 civillians were massacred.