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Mule, horse, elephant, or bullock, he obeys his driver, and the driver his sergeant, and the sergeant his lieutenant, and the lieutenant his captain, and the captain his major, and the major his colonel, and the colonel his brigadier commanding three regiments, and the brigadier the general, who obeys the Viceroy, who is the servant of the Empress.
A moment later the regiment went swinging off into the darkness.
Once arrived at the brink of the river, should we even find them three ranks deep, as long as you and your regiment do your duty, we will look to the rest.
Well, frequently, no doubt, the officers of the British regiments, when not on duty, used to fling themselves into the arms of our venerable chair.
He was to be cautious, but never to grudge expense in winning the hearts of the men in the regiment.
It was the band of the Mavericks playing the regiment to camp; for the men were route-marching with their baggage.
Thus he spoke in the vernacular: - "Colonel Sahib and officers of this regiment.
When Bobby came up from Deolali and took his place among the Tail Twisters, it was gently but firmly borne in upon him that the Regiment was his father and his mother and his indissolubly wedded wife, and that there was no crime under the canopy of heaven blacker than that of bringing shame on the Regiment, which was the best-shooting, best-drilled, best set-up, bravest, most illustrious, and in all respects most desirable Regiment within the compass of the Seven Seas.
When the dance is over, then I will speak to some of the great chiefs, who in turn, if I can win them over, will speak to their regiments.
The grenadiers of the two regiments got near enough to the ditches and intrenchments to launch their grenades, which had but small effect.
The commander of the regiment was an elderly, choleric, stout, and thick-set general with grizzled eyebrows and whiskers, and wider from chest to back than across the shoulders.
There's Thomas, of our regiment, always carries a Homo in his pocket; d--n me, if ever I come at it, if I don't burn it.