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These nine regiments and three battalions were supported by the Inverness and Somerset Artillery Batteries, Royal Horse Artillery, and the Hong Kong and Singapore Artillery Battery.
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These include working as a nuclear technician alongside Homer at Springfield Nuclear Power Plant in " Marge Gets a Job " ( season four, 1992 ); selling houses in " Realty Bites " ( season nine, 1997 ); owning her own pretzel business in " The Twisted World of Marge Simpson " ( season eight, 1997 ), and working at an erotic bakery in " Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes " ( season 20, 2008 ).
These acts were largely ineffective and after radical agitation, by for example the " Short Time Committees " in 1831, a Royal Commission recommended in 1833 that children aged 11 – 18 should work a maximum of 12 hours per day, children aged 9 – 11 a maximum of eight hours, and children under the age of nine should no longer be permitted to work.
NME reviewer Steve Sutherland gave the album a nine out of ten rating, writing, " These freaks shall inherit the earth.
These nine invocations correspond to invocations to the nine choirs of angels and origins the Chaplet of Saint Michael.
These extended visits ( nine months in his 1517 visit ) provided him with the opportunity to study a hitherto largely unknown Russian society.
These findings have also been confirmed by stereotactic microelectrode analysis of single cortical neurons in a study, which involved nine patients undergoing bilateral cingulotomy.
These nine Southern states and mostly Southern counties have complained that the practices banned by the Act disappeared long ago and that further compliance with the mandates of the Act are a costly nuisance and an " unfair stigma " to their towns.
These nine industries have been identified as the key industries by the Gold Coast City Council to deliver the city ’ s economic prosperity.
These included nine of the twelve European teams ( Italy, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Sweden, Austria, and Switzerland ) together with Egypt.
These are the joints ; as to the nine resemblances, they are the following: his horns resemble those of a stag, his head that of a camel, his eyes those of a demon, his neck that of a snake, his belly that of a clam ( shen, 蜃 ), his scales those of a carp, his claws those of an eagle, his soles those of a tiger, his ears those of a cow.
These four players ( until Harper was later traded to the Los Angeles Clippers in 1989 for the rights to Danny Ferry ) formed the core of the team, under the direction of head coach Lenny Wilkens, that led the Cavs to eight playoff seasons in the next nine years, including three 50 + win seasons.
These singles were followed by the Ed Buller-produced album, His ' n ' Hers ( 1994 ), which reached number nine on the UK Albums Chart and was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize.
These voting blocs together formed a majority of voters and handed the Democratic Party seven victories out of nine presidential elections ( 1932 – 36-40-48, 1960, 1964 ), as well as control of both houses of Congress during all but 4 years between the years 1932-1980 ( Republicans won small majorities in 1946 and 1952 ).
These acts were largely ineffective and after radical agitation, by for example the " Short Time Committees " in 1831, a Royal Commission recommended in 1833 that children aged 11 – 18 should work a maximum of 12 hours per day, children aged 9 – 11 a maximum of eight hours, and children under the age of nine were no longer permitted to work.
These include nine parks, the Pimeria Alta Historical Society Museum, an art gallery, Oasis Movie Theater, four recreation centers, four swimming pools, eight athletic fields, a library, six tennis courts and three golf courses.
These include Emma Hardies, adult ; Pauline Hardies, nine years ; Mary Hardies, three years ; Minnie Hardies, eight months ; Enfrozyna Konieczny, adult ; Joseph Konieczny, three years ; John Konieczny, two years ; Helena Konieczny, seven months ; Lizzie Cicero, adult ; Margaret Cicers, seven years ; George Cicero, five years ; Gerlen Cicero, two years ; Otille Erke, adult ; Matilda Erke, six years ; Gertrude Erke, eight years ; Chearles Erke, four years ; Lorene Erke, two years ; John Nowicki, adult ; Catherine Nowicki, adult ; Rovert Wagner, eighteen years ; Elizabeth dost, four years ; John Samp, adult ; Leo Buskowski, adult ; William Barrett, adult ; and Arthur Lee, adult.
These concerts, which were held simultaneously in nine major cities around the world, were intended to coincide with the G8 summit to put pressure on the leaders of the world's richest nations to fight poverty in Africa by cancelling debt.
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These regiments, which rarely took the field as complete organizations, served throughout the American Indian Wars through the close of the frontier in the 1890s.
These lower infantry numbers reflect the greatly increased lethality, degree and type of training afforded to modern Infantry regiments.
These regiments were composed of men and women too old or otherwise unfit for service in the Wehrmacht ( German Regular Army ).
These included African regiments raised by Portugal, Britain, Spain, and Italy, as well as West Indian troops in the British service.
These comprised three Irish regiments ( Irlanda, Hiberni and Ultonia ); one Italian ( Naples ) and five Swiss ( Wimpssen, Reding, Betschart, Traxer and Preux ).
These six regiments will fall operationally under what will become known as the " reaction forces ", which will be the army's high readiness force.
These are not the same as the ready and regenerative divisions ( see below ), but are based on either the geographical recruiting areas of regiments, or the type of regiments:
These would be permanently separated from their families, raised as Muslims and trained to a high standard to staff the best regiments of the Ottoman army, including the elite Janissary corps.
These troops were already organised into numbered recruit training regiments, and it was decided to use this existing configuration to organise the Greek troops, supplementing them with experienced men arriving from the mainland.
These defences were manned and supported by the regiments of Crillon, Bettens, Diesbach, and Biron, and three dismounted dragoon regiments.
These were supported by a battalion of eighteen 122mm artillery pieces, either the self-propelled 2S1 Gvozdika in BMP regiments or towed D-30 howitzers in BTR regiments, along with three batteries of 120mm 120-PM-43 mortars or automatic 82mm 2B9 Vasilek mortars, however some BTR regiments also used the 2S1.
These regiments are: The Lincoln and Welland Regiment, the Queen's York Rangers, the Brockville Rifles and the Princess of Wales ' Own Regiment.
These were field officers, third in command of their regiments ( after their colonels and lieutenant colonels ), with a role similar to the older, army-level sergeants major ( although obviously on a smaller scale ).
These expensive aristocratic regiments proved ineffective when Napoleon returned from Elba, mostly dispersing though some accompanied Louis XVIII into brief exile.
These include the following historic regiments dating back to the nineteenth century or earlier: 1st ( Skinner's ) Horse, the 2nd Lancers ( Gardner's Horse ), 3rd Cavalry, 4th ( Hodson's ) Horse, 7th Light Cavalry, 8th Light Cavalry, 9th ( Deccan ) Horse, 14th ( Scinde ) Horse, 17th ( Poona ) Horse, 15th Lancers, 16th Light Cavalry, 18th Cavalry, 20th Lancers, and the 21st ( Central India ) Horse.
These troops were organized into regiments, brigades, and divisions, with divisions made up of three brigades ( each of 3 – 4 infantry battalions ) and a divisional artillery battalion of 3 – 4 batteries each.
These steps, part of the Triangular Division TO & E, were undertaken to provide more flexible orders of battle composed of three regiments.
These regiments celebrate Minden Day still, and all wear roses in their caps on this anniversary in memory of their ancestors.