Captain Hicks

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the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one

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I tried to head back to the ladder but stopped because the body of Captain Hicks was being passed down to me."
Yesterday Mr Browne said: "Captain Hicks' death is tragic.
"My thoughts are also with the men of the men of the Royal Anglians who Captain Hicks led so courageously in battle."
Early on, the increasingly unstable Captain Hicks, whose disarrayed personal life leads him to the bottle, breaks into a respectable German house.
SCARBOROUGH boss Mick Wadsworth put captain Hicks on the transfer list minutes after their 2-0 defeat by Fulham, the Seasiders' seventh League game without a win.
Captain Hicks, of Wokingham in Berkshire, was leading soldiers from 1st Battalion the Royal Anglian Regiment when they were ambushed in Helmand Province on August 11.
Captain Hicks, from Wokingham, Berks, is one of two British soldiers from the same battalion to be nominated for the Victoria Cross.
Officers such as Captain Hicks literally lead their men into a wall of bullets and rocket-propelled grenades on a daily basis.