All Quiet on The Western Front Vocabulary (#1-7)

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Tran 1 Ngoc Tran 2 nd Hour 4/28/2009 All Quiet on the Western Front Vocabulary (#1-7) 1A: “It was fairly quiet on our sector, so the quartermaster who remained in the rear had requisitioned the usual quantity of rations and provided for the full company of one hundred and fifty men” (2). 1B: noun . An officer charged with providing quarters, clothing, fuel, transportation, etc., for a body of troops. 1C: A military officer in charge of the well-being of the troops. 1D: They were jealous that we had such an awesome quartermaster that organized games of poker every weekend. 2A: “He is as fat as a hamster in winter, but he trundles his pots when it comes to that right up to the very front-line” (6). 2B: verb . To roll along 2C: rolling 2D: He trundles his basket of food across the street hoping that he bought the correct recipes. 3A: “Often they rise in a sheaf as they follow after an airman” (9). 3B:
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2010 for the course APAL American L taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '09 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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