battledress


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battledress

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battle dress

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(Military) the ordinary uniform of a soldier, consisting of tunic and trousers
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I was in thick battledress so I stood less chance of getting to shield her injured.
Trumpsaluted as military personnel -- some in World War One battledress -- filed past with the Arc de Triomphe in the background.
He toured the Far East with a forces variety show called Stars In Battledress and, when his service was completed, spent 20 years in provincial theatre.
Duterte's common-law wife Honeylet Avancena posted Tuesday night on her Facebook account her photo with the President in full battledress.
And classic texts, on the whole, were not imaginatively re-interpreted, as for example Bernard Miles did at the Mermaid in the 1960s with his battledress Henry V, (58) or more recently Stephen Daldry with his re-discovery of Priestley's An Inspector Calls.
Early battledress trousers had two outside pockets.
The clip reportedly shows the jihadist fighters, wearing full battledress, marching the streets of Mosul, declaring the allied forces will be defeated in Iraq.
Contract notice: Battledress sharpshooter framework agreement.
Most of our fathers had served in some capacity, army surplus kit, '37 pattern webbing and battledress could be had for pocket money prices.
What is power dressing if not donning battledress and a handbag if not a guided missile?
sweaty battledress whose pockets contained rancid food along with the