Sergt

Sergt

abbreviation for
1. (Military) Sergeant
2. (Law) Sergeant
3. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Sergeant
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What is more, Flt Sergt John Shaw, who was 21 when he died when his plane crashed into the sea, went to the same school as Jim in Newcastle.
cubic feet of petitions for clemency in the case of Sergt.
I READ with dismay the article of the 'cello belonging to the "Welsh soldier" killed at Isandlwana - Band Sergt.
The Commdg Officer ordered Sergt Brainard to turn over several orders to me, & me to read them aloud & thin [sic] return them [Biederbick went on to describe the contents of the orders].
Det Sergt Neil said: "I was trying to make an assessment of the body lying there.
Everything else was called "hot-air" and was left to the Sergt.
Acting drum major William Smith related how Walker interfered when he tried to get Rauty Pope to attend fatigue call, testifying that he declined to discipline Pope because "I did not like the looks of Sergt.
On February 3, 1806, Meriwether Lewis wrote the following account: "About three o'clock Drewyer (and) LaPage, returned; Drewyer had killed seven elk in the point below us, several miles distant but can be approached within 3/4 of a mile with canoes by means of a small creek which discharges itself into the bay on this side of the Clatsop village direct Sergt.
A policeman came along with his hand in his bosom, and threw his whole weight against Sergt Backner.
After Fleurbaix (Fromelles) in July Fleurbaix (Fromelles) in July Springfield was a Sergt, he got his Springfield was a Sergt, he got his commission and was put in D commission and was put in D Company.
Fellow Scot Sergt Kevin Stacey, 26, the commander of the Warrior armoured vehicle blown up by the bomb, was critically injured.