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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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Terence, you're a civilian," said Dinah Shadd warningly.
For a time after joining his life to hers, and putting on civilian dress, he had felt all the delight of freedom in general of which he had known nothing before, and of freedom in his love,--and he was content, but not for long.
Rebecca, measuring the value of the goods which she had for sale by Jos's eagerness to purchase, as well as by the scarcity of the article, put upon her horses a price so prodigious as to make even the civilian draw back.
I say come, Amelia," the civilian went on; "never mind what she says; why are we to stop here and be butchered by the Frenchmen?
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Several terrorists were killed in clashes with civilians in Eastern Damascus as the terrorists have been blocking civilians' exit from Eastern Ghouta via humanitarian corridors, the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria reported on Friday.
GENEVA, Feb 15 (KUNA) -- More than 10,000 civilians lost their lives or suffered injuries during 2017, according to the latest annual UN report on Thursday documenting the impact of the armed conflict on civilians in Afghanistan.
ISLAMABAD -- The United Nations human rights chief has condemned an upsurge in civilian casualties in Eastern Ghouta in Syria amid the recent escalation in airstrikes and ground-based attacks by Government forces and their allies, noting that at least 85 civilians have been killed since 31 December.
Kenya's Amisom contingent is meanwhile said in the report to have killed four Somali civilians and injured five others.
Intelligence analysts select targets,"targeteers" study models to calculate the most precise angles to strike, teams of lawyers evaluate plans, and the Pentagon later discloses the few civilians who still, inevitably and tragically, wind up getting killed.
led anti-ISIS coalition killed Iraqi civilians at a rate 31 times greater than it acknowledges, a New York Times investigation has found.
Despite significant successes against ISIS, combat has taken a toll on populations suffering under the militant extremists, to include the brave Iraqis and Syrians engaged in direct combat with a terrorist organization that has killed countless innocent civilians during its brutal three-year occupation," Operation Inherent Resolve (CJTF-OIR), as the coalition is officially called, said in a(http://www.
According to UNAMA, at least 28 civilians were killed and 16 others were wounded in the airstrikes, citing preliminary findings the mission conducted into the alleged civilian casualties reports.
Perhaps purposely, and in-light-of the impressive list of contributors, this book does not offer a streamlined definition of the protection of civilians, nor does it list the specific areas of international law which it seeks to discuss.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday rejected proposals from mayors of Lanao del Sur to arm civilians in the fight against terror and criminality.
Army civilians serve in all theaters and are deployed worldwide in support of the Army mission.