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Antonyms for civilian

a nonmilitary citizen

associated with civil life or performed by persons who are not active members of the military


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An estimated one million of these bomblets remained unexploded, posing a hazard to civillian movement.
After the war Carrel was invited to demonstrate and teach the technique to civillian surgeons in a specially built annexe at the Rockefeller Institute with the intention that it would be used to treat patients with industrial injuries (Anon 1917).
The badge, which the Government has developed with veterans' organisations, is intended to be worn on civillian clothing to help people recognise veterans and the invaluable contribution they made.
After the war he entered civillian life, but was pulled back into the military when war rumblings began in Korea.
Civillian labor force by sex, age, race, and Hispanic origin, 1984, 1994, 2004 and projected 2014 [Numbers in thousands] Level Group 1984 1994 2004 2014 Total, 16 years and 113,544 131,056 147,401 162,100 16-24 23,989 21,612 22,268 22,158 25-54 74,661 93,898 102,122 105,627 55 and older 14,894 15,547 23,011 34,316 Percent distribution Group 1984 1994 2004 2014 Total, 16 years and 100.
Virginia, United States SIC: 7372 American Management Systems designs and develops computer integrated systems, application software, programming and IT services for defense, intelligence and civillian business enterprises.
The ceremony following the exercise ignifies a transformation from civillian recruit to Navy Sailor.
In all it's entirety an overview of my own experiences since my insertion into the civillian landscape would not only render any reader un- fairly incomprable, moreover the banality in which you contrive to exist in your futile landscape implicates to one's own that indeed I must strive to march forth with my own avant garde approach to life.
In fact, there's been a net loss of 1 million manufacturing jobs--adding the civillian and military sectors together--over the past year.
2000) (affirming division of a non-vested civillian pension).
Seven monks and five civillian workers from St Ninians, in the heart of the Stirlingshire countryside, have been reported to the fiscal.
Rhyl Paramedic Tony Stephens, pictured in his civillian uniform (left) raced from the ramp of his crew's Chinook chopper to help carry a wounded soldier to safety Tony Stephens of Rhyl (right), has been put forward for recognition following his actions as part of the RAF MERT (Medical Emergency Response Team) in the Sangin area last December