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  • 1 Soldier (album) — Soldier Studio album by Iggy Pop Released February 1980 …

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  • 2 Soldier — This article is about a military rank. For civilian and generic usage, see Armed forces. For other uses, see Soldier (disambiguation). Soldier German soldiers in Bosnia Occupation Activity sectors M …

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  • 3 Soldier, Ask Not — Infobox Book name = Soldier, Ask Not title orig = translator = image caption = Cover of the first edition author = Gordon R. Dickson illustrator = cover artist = country = United States language = English series = Childe Cycle genre = Science… …

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  • 4 soldier of fortune — noun a person hired to fight for another country than their own • Syn: ↑mercenary • Derivationally related forms: ↑mercenary (for: ↑mercenary) • Hypernyms: ↑adventurer, ↑ …

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  • 5 Soldier Boyz — Infobox Film name = Soldier Boyz caption = director = Louis Mourneau producer = writer = starring = Michael Dudikoff Cary Hiroyuki Tagawa Tyrin Turner Channon Roe Cedrick Terrell Demetrius Navarro music = cinematography = editing = distributor =… …

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  • 6 Buffalo Soldier — Buffalo Soldiers is a nickname originally applied to the members of the U.S. 10th Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army by the Native American tribes they fought. It was formed on September 21, 1866 at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. The term… …

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  • 7 Robert Rogers (soldier) — Robert Rogers There is no known authentic portrait of Robert Rogers. This is an artist s interpretation. Nickname Wobomagonda [1] …

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  • 8 Kern (soldier) — A Kern was a Gaelic soldier, specifically a light infantryman during the Middle Ages. Linguistic rootsThe term is from the word Middle Irish word Ceithern or Ceitherne , exists earlier as Ceithernn , and designated levied warbands used in Gaelic… …

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  • 9 Myles Standish — This portrait, first published in 1885, was alleged to be a 1625 likeness of Standish, although its authenticity h …

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  • 10 Condottieri — Depiction of Farinata degli Uberti by Andrea del Castagno, showing a 15th century condottiero s typical attire. Condottieri (singular condottiero and condottiere) were the mercenary soldier leaders (or warlords) of the professional, military free …

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  • 11 mercenary — 1. adjective 1) mercenary self interest Syn: money oriented, grasping, greedy, acquisitive, avaricious, covetous, bribable, venal, materialistic; informal money grubbing 2) mercenary soldiers Syn: hired …

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  • 12 mercenary — adj 1. hireling, hired, paid, auxiliary; purchased, bought, venal, Sl. on the take. 2. avaricious, greedy, covetous, eager for gain; acquisitive, grasping, Sl. grabby, rapacious, ravenous, ravening, predatory, predacious; mean, usurious, sordid,… …

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  • 13 mercenaries — mer·ce·nar·y || mÉœrsÉ™nerɪ / mɜːsnrɪ n. hired worker; hired soldier; greedy person adj. of or pertaining to a desire for monetary gain; hired for service …

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  • 14 mercenary — mer·ce·nar·y || mÉœrsÉ™nerɪ / mɜːsnrɪ n. hired worker; hired soldier; greedy person adj. of or pertaining to a desire for monetary gain; hired for service …

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  • 15 hireling — I. n. 1. Mercenary, hired soldier. 2. Hired servant. II. a. Mercenary, venal …

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  • 16 hireling — n employee, hired hand, servant, factotum, wage slave, slave, menial, minion, hack; tool, instrument, victim, puppet; henchman, flunky, toady; mercenary, hired soldier, adventurer. See alsohelp(defs.14, 15) …

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  • 17 mercenarius — A mercenary; a hired soldier; a hired servant …

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  • 18 larceny — /lahr seuh nee/, n., pl. larcenies. Law. the wrongful taking and carrying away of the personal goods of another from his or her possession with intent to convert them to the taker s own use. Cf. grand larceny, petty larceny. [1425 75; late ME <… …

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  • 19 baro — /baerow/ In old law, a man, whether slave or free. In later usage, a freeman or freedman; a strong man; a good soldier; a hired soldier; a vassal; a baron; a feudal tenant or client. A man of dignity and rank; a knight. A magnate in the church. A …

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  • 20 baro — /baerow/ In old law, a man, whether slave or free. In later usage, a freeman or freedman; a strong man; a good soldier; a hired soldier; a vassal; a baron; a feudal tenant or client. A man of dignity and rank; a knight. A magnate in the church. A …

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