French Foreign Legion

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a former foreign legion in the French army that was used for military duties outside of France

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In an open letter to the Legionaires published on the blog "The American Papist," Dr.
Despite their defeat, Legionaires had one highlight, with Trevor Carter hitting two 180s.
The fugitive soldier and the two dead Legionaires were attached to European forces serving in Chad.
6) In 1980 an association between Acanthamoeba and Legionella pneumophila (7) was reported by Rowbotham who suggested that infected amoebae were the source of Legionaires Disease.
it has chariot races too; Roman legionaires march in a stirring Jerash tableau; Gill and Olivia on Stinky, their Wadi Rum camel; Olivia plays the rababa with Bedouin host Mzied' The fabulous Treasury, building, carved out of the red rocks of Petra Pictures: ALAMY/LUCAS FILMS/ AP
Of course, one win at Liverpool will only put off discussions over Ranieri's Stamford Bridge future until the first reverse suffered by Roman's legionaires.
John O'Reilly, a priest with the ultra-conservative Legionaires of Christ and a member of the directorate of the Universidad Finis Terrae, said he was saddened by the situation, adding that "the senators have been superficial, not very profound, and lacking in respect for the church.
This is an ancient road along which the Roman legionaires marched called Salt Street.
Beau Travail's credits are seen against a backdrop of 19th century paintings which depict heroic images of legionaires in battle, while the soundtrack features inspirational-like military music.
Oliver Laws of Telford won the Under 20 mens title as Oadby and Wigstone Legionaires scored 43 points to beat Solihull & Small Heath by seven points in the Under 20 mens team race.
Contact with the hosts, generally polite and well organized, compassionate but feeling a bit threatened in their complacency by the uninvited guests, is minimal, and the refugees, particularly after the forced repatriation of captured Latvian legionaires, feel insecure.
Financial firm Ludgate, which has offices in Birmingham and Wolverhampton, helped save Codsall Legionaires Club in the Black Country by letting a pet shop trade on the site.
Today's picture, above, shows members of Gateshead Royal British Legionaires who had just won the banner section of the world championships in London .
War game legionaires were re-enacting a battle near Michael's home in Woodchester, Glos, when their shot - the size of a skittles ball - went wide of target.