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Kim beheld Mahbub Ali frying in flame for his treachery, but for himself he saw one long grey vista of barracks, schools, and barracks again.
Surely he must know that Kim's delivery of the letter to the officer at Umballa had caused the great war which the men and boys had discussed so loudly over the barrack dinner-tables.
It's amazing," said the officer, "what excuses these invalids of mine make to get back to barracks.
Maybe Stanley had taught him all about this in barracks.
I thought of taking her to her rooms at the Ismailofsky barracks first; but she wouldn't hear of it.
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Sources said cameras will be installed in the barracks of ladies and children inmates of the jail in first phase and in the next phase the whole jail will be equipped with this system.
Commanding officer Major Karl Dawson said: "Before this project Elizabeth Barracks had gone beyond its life-cycle and was ready to be demolished.
Minister for Housing Willie Penrose accused army chiefs of "crass stupidity" after a proposal was made to shut the Columb Military Barracks in Mullingar.
BEIRUT: A central criminal laboratory is to open in the Emile Helou barracks on Thursday according to the Internal Security Forces (ISF) media office on Wednesday.
The cash for the new garden had been raised through a pounds 7,000 grant from the Heart of England Community Foundation, and a further pounds 1,000 had been given to the barracks from the regiment.
Within the constraints of army life, the barracks are as inventive as they are in economically and constructively dealing with the hot and humid climate.
The DOD Housing Management manual, which provides policy guidance about who should live in barracks, appears to be out of date and is under revision, and the military services have adopted different barracks occupancy requirements.
The Army's contracting office in Stuttgart awarded a contract to Ned Lloyd to move the helicopters down a 10-mile stretch of highway, between Coleman Barracks and the Rhine River, by truck.
Sheriff's officials said about 300 to 450 men - primarily Latinos - took part at the height of the protests, which the others watched from their barracks.