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Lieut

abbreviation for
(Military) lieutenant. Also: Lt

Lieut.

lieutenant.
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The marriage of Lieut. Fairfax of the regiment of infantry, and Miss Jane Bates, had had its day of fame and pleasure, hope and interest; but nothing now remained of it, save the melancholy remembrance of him dying in action abroadof his widow sinking under consumption and grief soon afterwardsand this girl.
Lieut. Hutton has described a sphex with similar habits in India, in the "Journal of the Asiatic Society," vol.
Bute carried off the young Rector of Queen's Crawley (she was of a good family, daughter of the late Lieut.-Colonel Hector McTavish, and she and her mother played for Bute and won him at Harrowgate), she had been a prudent and thrifty wife to him.
Cautley was in command and the battalion colours were borne by Lieut. Maloney and Lieut.
Kuwait's First Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Sheikh Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah met with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Jordanian Armed Forces Lieut. Gen.
Lieut. Ateya was conferred the Sword of Honour Award, the Award of Military and Academic Excellence and the Award of Sport Excellence, in an unprecedented achievement in the history of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
In a statement on Sunday, the Defence Ministry said the Egyptian Army Chief-of-Staff, Lieut.Gen.
The first part of the training was carried out at Belle Vue and the battalion, under Lieut.-Colonel GGP Heywood, afterwards proceeded to Heaton park, where the 16th, 17th and 18th Manchester Pals were already stationed.
Giang made the suggestion during a reception for Chief of the General Staff of the Mongolian Armed Forces Lieut. Gen.
Newcastle was eager to acclaim Lieut Robinson and staged a dinner in his honour at the Mansion House in the city on September 27.
Lieut Robinson downed the airship on the night of September 2/3 in 1916 over Hertfordshire and was awarded the Victoria Cross.