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1. A Swiss.
2. A Swiss Guard.

[Ultimately from Middle High German Swīzer; see Swiss.]


1. (Peoples) a less common word for Swiss
2. (Historical Terms) a member of the Swiss Guard
3. (Military) a member of the Swiss Guard
[C16: from Middle High German, from Swīz Switzerland]
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After these came all the other captains who till now have directed the arms of Italy; and the end of all their valour has been, that she has been overrun by Charles, robbed by Louis, ravaged by Ferdinand, and insulted by the Switzers.
We see the Switzers last well, notwithstanding their diversity of religion, and of cantons.
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This scenario would reduce costs to the Air Force, increase our exposure to the citizens we are defending, and allow us to concentrate our efforts on learning, in addition to numerous other benefits for both the individual and the Air Force, as noted by Major Switzer.
Alan Switzer, from Deloitte, believes the financial fair play rules - where clubs in European competition will only be allowed to spend what they earn - have played a part in the drop.