English heavies cannons

English heavies - range in northeast France west of the Rhine flying divisions mobile units capable of rapid deployment wherever they are needed

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English heavies  cannons, or field artillery. esprit de corps  group spirit; sense of pride, honor, etc. shared by those in the same group or  undertaking. excreta  waste matter excreted from the body, as sweat or urine. Feast of the Tabernacles  Sukkot; a Jewish festival celebrating the fall harvest and commemorating  the desert wandering of the Israelites during the Exodus; observed from the 15th to the 22d day of  Tishri, the first month of the Jewish year. fete  festival, entertainment. flame-thrower  a weapon for shooting a stream of flaming gasoline, oil, napalm, etc. Flanders  region in northwest Europe, on the North Sea, including a part of northwest France and  the provinces of East Flanders and West Flanders in Belgium. Flanders to the Vosges  from a region in northwest Europe, on the North Sea, including a part of  northwest France and the provinces of East Flanders and West Flanders in Belgium to a mountain 
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Unformatted text preview: range in northeast France, west of the Rhine. flying divisions mobile units capable of rapid deployment wherever they are needed. Frisian people of Friesland or the Frisian Islands, near the eastern German-Dutch border. Froggies [Slang] the French; term of contempt or derision. garrison a fortified place with troops, guns, etc.; military post or station. gendarmes police officers in France and Belgium. gun-shy easily frightened at the firing of a gun. haricot beans any of various edible beans, especially kidney beans. Herr [German] Mr.; Sir.; a German title of respect. Hindenburg Paul von (1847–1934); German field marshal; president of the Weimar Republic (1925– 1934). hoarding [British] a billboard....
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