infantry

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infantrymen

Synonyms for infantry

an army unit consisting of soldiers who fight on foot

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Rise Of The Footsoldier has nothing to distinguish it from the glut of recent thrillers that purport to show the ugly face of crimeland Britain.
Rise Of The Footsoldier, Cert 18, Optimum Home Entertainment **
Around a dozen socially active Congress workers, mostly backroom strategists or social media footsoldiers, decided that their tweets during and about Modi's speech would be posted under the ' Feku' hashtag.
The parliamentary seat will probably go to a younger generation DISY footsoldier, Evgenios Hamboullas, who was second line, but with runner-up Christoforos Fokaides appointed Defence Minister earlier this year, Hamboullas has moved up one place and could be the newcomer MP.
Sinister wilderness story from the British Gilbey brothers, finally dumping the excesses of their trashy urban crime flicks, Rollin' With The Nines and Rise Of The Footsoldier.
So get raking for your old snaps of your days as a footsoldier with the most fun-lovin' army in the world.
The contest was launched earlier this year when we revealed the amazing exploits of Tartan Army footsoldier Gerry Brady.
The contest was launched earlier this year when we revealed the exploits of Tartan Army footsoldier Gerry Brady.
There's always the danger that I could end up as just another footsoldier, who wouldn't be able to change anything.
Tartan Army footsoldier Alex was also one of the fans who helped themselves to a piece of the Wembley turf after the famous match.
Proud Tartan Army footsoldier Alex was also one of the fans who helped themselves to a piece of the Wembley turf after the famous match.
That's stretching what even a Lotto-winning footsoldier would pay.
One footsoldier gearing up for the trip to Italy in March for a World Cup qualifier said: 'If these rules were applied to the letter, they would have 17,000 members in January and none after Italy.
Each team kicks off with players darting around maps as a 'pilot' - an incredibly mobile, jet pack-equipped footsoldier.