Cabrit

Ca`brit´


n.1.Same as Cabrée.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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SOLDIERS from A Squadron, 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards, have spent the past week on Castlemartin Firing Range in Pembrokeshire preparing for their imminent deployment to Poland on Operation Cabrit. This is the second rotation of The Welsh Cavalry being deployed this year after first arriving in the Baltic region back in April as part of the UK's contribution to Nato's enhanced Forward Presence.
Currently undertaking the eight month deployment called Operation Cabrit, The Royal Welsh who took over from 5th Battalion The Rifles in October, will hand over to 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment at the beginning of July.
They are part of Operation Cabrit which has seen troops deployed to Poland and also Estonia.
[27.] Baya Toda H., Cabrit O., Balarac G., Bose S., Lee J., Choi H., and Nicoud F..
Police Inspector Francius Simeon says another 14 people were injured in the accident Friday near the town of Morne a Cabrit, northeast of the capital.
Georges provides a Haitian menu with a section that lists "Typical Haitian Food" like lambi, conch, cabrit fricassee (goat meat), and griot (pork meat).
(10.) Cabrit Conference on caribbean fishing activities, Porthmouth, Commonwealth of Dominica, Dominica, 2000.
Soldiers from A Company, 1st Battalion The Royal Welsh, were pictured watching coverage of the big game in temperatures of -10degC while deployed on Operation Cabrit in Tapa, Estonia.
Ocean and mountain views will be available at Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski, the company's second Caribbean hotel, due to open in October.