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The 1er Chasseurs were the sister formation to the 1er Grenadiers à pied.

pied babblers teach their young by giving a specific purr call each time they deliver food.

In Episode II, Episode III, pied Piper, and Xenosaga III, he is referred to as Yeshua, which is
Hittite army and nearly defeated.

Due to communication problems, his right wing was never fully engaged, and the forces of his left wing were fed piecemeal into the battle.

On long narrow wooden skis, precursors to modern cross-country skis, the Finns surround unwieldy columns of ill-trained Soviet conscripts bogged down in the snow, overrun and butcher them piecemeal.

The German commanders had been forced to commit their armoured reserves piecemeal to meet threats as they developed, and to counterattack at a disadvantage.

Although anxious to deploy overseas as a fighting unit, the Iowa Guard troops-- like their grandfathers of World War One-- were sent to Vietnam piecemeal, as replacement troops.

Georges Rousse is the author of a work piecemeal, based on borrowings (including art wine situ), recycled to formats that can be very strongly represented in many European galleries.

Loading the whole program into the cache area and then moving it piecemeal in and out of storage was a system function performed by the CSP.

Two other battalions of the Greder Suisse Régiment were also sent, but the attack was poorly co-ordinated and consequently went in piecemeal.

Once again the British armour had been committed piecemeal, although in this case there was little other choice.

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