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COLONEL. An officer in the army, next below a brigadier general, bears this title.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The police here told the NewDawn via mobile Thursday, 1 August that 13 suspects including two of Col. Coleman's deputies at NBC have been arrested for questioning, but in the case of Col.
Timoteo Pacleb, PNP Director for Intelligence, to the rank of Major General - a two-star general - and of Col. Bernard Banac, PNP spokesperson, to the rank of Brigadier General or a one-star general.
Col. My lord, as the DSP in charge of the team said the other time, the attire that was required of them was black top with either blue jeans or their training trousers, which is the brown one.
Vilchis y col. [34] reportaron que el estado de Puebla presento una mayor prevalencia de anticuerpos contra el virus de la RIB (70,1%) que el estado de Veracruz (48,5%), resultado que difiere al obtenido en el presente trabajo.
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LAHORE -- Punjab Chief Minister Mohammad Shehbaz Sharif visited the residences of helicopter Pilot Col. (r) Shafiq ur Rehman, Flight Engineer Col.
COL will also undertake a mid-term review to monitor the implementation of the COL. RIM recommendations at the AIOU.
The Office of the Army Chief of Staff announced in April that Col. (Promotable) Edward F.
Brasil, Burato de Tatu Grota Carretao, nov-1931, col. Raul Arellar, 6 c[masculinidad].
Col. Bacote said at the change of command ceremony yesterday morning.