civvy street


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civvy street

n (Brit inf) → Zivilleben nt; on civvy streetim Zivilleben

civvy street

[ˈsɪvɪˌstriːt] n (Brit) (fam) → vita da civile
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ALEX POLIZZI: HIRE OUR HEROES BBC2, 9pm Life on civvy street can be tough for former soldiers - especially if they are suffering from post traumatic stress disorder.
Yet when it comes to finding work on civvy street, former soldiers are rarely greeted with a hero's welcome.
HE'S on a mission to fight for more homes and training for veteran soldiers on civvy street.
The reporter-turned-soldier recounts his experiences of fighting in new book The Accidental Soldier - From Civvy Street To Afghanistan.
A former RAF officer travelled 395 miles to Cleckheaton from Cornwall to seek out a new career on civvy street as a domestic gas engineer.
The body is an umbrella organisation set up by the US government which brings together different service charities to support the reintegration of servicemen and women into civvy street.
And now you're back in Civvy Street and thankful you survived You still think of your old comrades, and all the ones who died.
MILLIONS of forces veterans face missing out on vital support when they return to Civvy Street because officials do not know where they live, council leaders have warned.
The story follows demobbed squaddies Ally and Davy (Kevin Guthrie and George MacKay) as they return to Edinburgh's civvy street after a tour of duty that left a colleague severely injured.
Now that he faces being discharged from the Army next year, he says: "I do worry because the physio and medical care I get now is not so easily available on civvy street.
You, the MoD, have fashioned a very different type of person to that which lives in civvy street.