British Legion


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British Legion

n
(Military) Brit a shortened form of Royal British Legion
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
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And so at home he had established himself in business, and had invented and executed, and worked his way on, until, after a dozen years of constant suit and service, he had been enrolled in the Great British Legion of Honour, the Legion of the Rebuffed of the Circumlocution Office, and had been decorated with the Great British Order of Merit, the Order of the Disorder of the Barnacles and Stiltstalkings.
Just over five weeks ago a brand-new themed pub opened in Peyia in support of the Royal British Legion in Paphos.
The symbol was handed to the college's chair of the governing board Mark White OBE DL by the president of the Billingham branch on behalf of the Royal British Legion Northumbria Region.
A women's Royal British Legion branch is "on the brink of closure" unless more come forward to join its ranks.
Guests are preparing to attend an annual Royal British Legion flag raising event.
"We have taken steps to request that these goods be removed from sale," says The Royal British Legion, urging the public to use official sites only.
The alleged incident involved a driver from Kingstanding-based KMR Cars and a passenger at the Perry Common Royal British Legion Club in College Road on Thursday afternoon.
FOOTBALL fans can now get their hands on special poppy badges to help support the Royal British Legion.
Sunderland manager Jack Ross said: "The work carried out by the Royal British Legion is vital in supporting veterans.
CARDIFF City fans are being urged to show their support for The Royal British Legion with a special edition poppy pin.
A DONATION has been handed over to the Loughborough branch of the Royal British Legion.

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