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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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If we forget that in the last resort we can only secure peace by being ready and willing to fight for it, we may someday have bitter cause to realize that a rich nation which is slothful, timid, or unwieldy is an easy prey for any people which still retains those most valuable of all qualities, the soldierly virtues.
Stephen Conway underscores the commonalities of structure, function, composition, and soldierly attitude among European armies.
These essays set out his hostility to democracy in general and the Weimar Republic in particular, his commitment to a new or soldierly nationalism that took its inspiration from the "front-line socialism" he claimed to have experienced in the First World War, and his initial enthusiasm but growing disdain for Hitler and National Socialism.
He pictured her in vast orchards where the trees stood in soldierly rows, the fruit in their branches like sweet bright planets in a universe as orderly as man could ever hope to lord.
Chapter 12 of the memoir, "Restoring Power to People," Almonte details his transformation from a mere military man doing ordinary soldierly duties to a political operator with ambitions to be involved in strategic planning in anti-insurgency and foreign policy and in academe-based think tanks of the Marcos regime, against the background of the Cold War into which he was drawn with assignments in undercover work in Vietnam and Cambodia during the Vietnam War.
12) While the challenges captivity posed to masculine soldierly identity were unquestionably different to those faced by the combatants featured in Meyer's study, memoirs also offered a similar space to former prisoners of war.
Armed with my 4-color lucky owner guarantee card, much angst and great hurt that the celery and the carrots were not cut in soldierly accurate lines I gestapoed into the shop and said, this is ridiculous, give me a new one.
But, if you've made a soldierly sacrifice in recent years, chances are you're left to walk alone in a narrow, shadowy rut.
Lined up in soldierly rank along a lateral aisle of the middle floor, these highly exposed sculptures are freshly visible again: Why does Bubbles have no lower body?
There was 18th century evening elegance with gasmasks throughout to jeans and dungarees, soldierly camouflage from all ages - gold medals to khaki, Cossacks, peasants and modern fabrics to feathers and sequins.
The audience was hard-pressed to follow the twists and turns of this four-hour production with curious anachronisms created from different eras from 18th century evening costumes with gas-masks through to jeans and dungarees, soldierly camouflage from all ages, Cossacks, peasants and modern fabrics, feathers and sequins.
Dempsey writes in his foreword to the book, "We know noncommissioned officers and petty officers to have exceptional competence, professional character, and soldierly grit--they are exemplars of our Profession of Arms.