Marching regiment

(Mil.) A regiment in active service
In England, a regiment liable to be ordered into other quarters, at home or abroad; a regiment of the line.

See also: Marching, Marching

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When she heard the drums of a marching regiment passing through the street, she would stand in the doorway with a jug of cider and give the soldiers a drink.
For her third piece, Prim, a snare drum solo by Askell Masson, Dame Evelyn stepped out of the cloister and whipped up the sound of a small marching regiment which then died into silence.
The marching regiment is serious business at Hart High.
American composer and lyricist Cole Porter was a member of the Foreign Legion's Marching Regiment in 1918.
The Hart High School Marching Regiment and Pageantry will host its 14th annual field show tournament ``Rampage 97'' at College of the Canyons' Cougar Stadium.
This enchanting spell is cast by the marching regiments in Union Jack or when the little girls from the School of American Ballet, fairies in A Midsummer Night's Dream, twirl endlessly.
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