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someone who plays a bugle

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Committing to professional registration is extremely important to Bugler, who said: "Becoming a chartered engineer demonstrates to your employer that you are self-motivated and committed to your long-term professional development because you are putting the time in outside work, in order to progress and develop yourself.
Daniel Butterfield and brigade bugler Oliver Norton crafted the new extinguish-lights bugle call.
Then, Gwyneth Edwards recalls the lone bugler playing the Last Post.
These guys are elite players," said Bugler, who added that nine of his players have been invited to try out for the University of Saskatchewan soccer team.
Although the clock bell might be repaired by next year, a bugler would be a nice sight.
I was so proud I was in the service, and especially as a bugler," Smith said.
Among the serving members were Rifleman and bugler Jason Maxwell of Consett.
There used to be an expression: 'Either learn to play the bugle or learn to play the gun'," said bugler historian Jari Villanueva, a retired Air Force master sergeant.
A solitary bugler played the Last Post in a fitting tribute as Dolly, his wife of 68 years, looked on.
In honor of them and the service they provided, it is important that our nation preserve the tradition of a live bugler to play final military honors.
Sleeping Bear Press, 2006 $1795, 978-1-58536-253-0, Grades 4-6, When 11-year-old Gabe's only remaining brother enlists in the Union Army, Gabe goes along as a bugler to make sure that he comes back alive; then, he befriends the Confederate's young bugler.
Beaten just three-parts of a length by Mahers Boy in the fastest of Tuesday's heats, Brian Clemenson's bitch ought to have derived considerable benefit from that first outing of the year and is set for a great run early with bang railer Camp Bugler on her immediate inside in four.
The Edwards Air Force Base color guard will fire a rifle salute to veterans and the Palmdale Veterans Color Guard bugler will play taps.
The battlecry is sounded by bugler 3rd class John 'Ludo' Low as Scotland prepare to take the field.