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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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Facts, however, don't seem to have changed the popular misconception, as evidenced by the large number of active-duty and retired personnel (and their spouses) who routinely condemn Congress for the fact that military people are receiving food stamps.
The network would have learned that moving frequency is not a measure of instability with military people as it is with the general population.
THE firsts just keep on rolling in for JCB after the firm unveiled one of the world's first ever military people carriers.
Even our brave military people are only allowed to vote if they register six weeks in advance of a poll.
Military people with orders to the United Kingdom must ensure their family members obtain no fee passports, since they are required to be submitted to the British consulate along with the applications for entry clearance, said officials at the Air Force Personnel Center here.
This free service gives military people a place to sleep, watch TV, use a computer, and get a bite to eat.
She mentions the military people in the Middle East and how many "folks" have given their lives to make the world a better place "for all of us.
military people boast about are morally indefensible and unjust.
That is too bad, because we need our military people to give us their honest opinion.
She would be under military discipline, although only the officers were actually military people.
At Pearl Harbor, more than 2,400 civilian and military people were killed.
The judges, if that's what they were, were military people and they wore hoods.

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