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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VETERANS should get more help adjusting to Civvy Street, says MP and ex-soldier Sir Mike Penning.
FORCES veterans need more help adjusting to Civvy Street, says MP Sir Mike Penning - a former acting lance corporal.
This all seems odd to me because I taught people to drive when I was in the Territorial Army so that they could drive in Civvy Street.
Current and former servicemen will brave freezing temperatures in Edinburgh to draw attention to the plight of veterans struggling to cope in civvy street.
I used to be in the military so I know what it is like when you make the transition to civvy street," said the chair of the bench, Mr Birch.
Instead he will anchor Jamaica's sprint relay next weekend then step out into civvy street.
Directed by tonight's host, Chris Connel, Wor Stories offered a powerful and poignant collection of true life tales charting the often difficult journey from Civvy Street to the recruitment office, the barrack room, the battlefield and back to Civvy Street.
You never get companionship in civvy street," he explains.
NEWCASTLE City Council is being asked to back plans to add questions about military service on the next census to make it easier to help veterans on civvy street.
Junior Soldier Wilson said: "I've learnt so many life skills at the Army Foundation College which I wouldn't have got on civvy street.
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.
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.