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SOLDIER. A military man; a private in the army.
     2. The constitution of the United States, amend. art. 3, directs that no soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any house, without the 'consent of the owner; nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.

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In his interview with The Sun newspaper while visiting troops in Afghanistan this week, Gen Dannatt said: "You look to see how much a traffic warden is paid and compare that against what a private soldier gets paid.
Got a kick out of Les Peate's reprint of guidance for the private soldier ("Naeochon Nights," Vol.
Thirty years later, the still super-fit Dexter is a lawyer and also, secretly, a private soldier available for near-impossible missions.
Yet a security guard in Central London earns more than a private soldier and that's wrong.
Among that group was a private soldier who spoke excellent English; not common in the Georgian army.
It provides tongue-in-check guidance for all ranks, from the commander-in-chief to the private soldier.
A private soldier starts on an annual salary of pounds 17,514.
During a Westminster Hall debate on Iranian involvement, Mr Mercer said: "We sent messages from this country that on the one hand were extremely powerful, that at the end of a dirty, lethal and extremely unpopular campaign a member of the Royal Family was willing to risk his neck alongside the humblest private soldier or trooper from his regiment.
The tax exemption is worth about $2,000 to a private soldier who spends three months in a dangerous locale.
His platoon commander Captain Johnny Paulin said: "Gav Elliott was without exception the most professional private soldier that I have had the privilege to command.
Why has a private soldier in the US army been known as a GI since the 1930s?
They would have shot him if a private soldier had not spoken broken English - unusual in Georgia.

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