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(1) The President stood as a battalion of soldiers paraded past him.
(2) A battalion of infantry that was marching towards the cabriolet shuffled on to the grass verge.
(3) The next goal is to amass a battalion of troops that can quickly raze infested Terran structures during your brief windows of daylight.
(4) A battalion of brick buildings along the riverfront in Apalachicola reverses time some 170 years, back to the town's heyday as a thriving shipping port for cotton.
(5) A battalion of combat - hardened public - relations officers stood on red alert twenty - four hours a day.
(6) A battalion of about 1,000 Burundian troops was deployed earlier this month and the rest of the reinforcements are expected later this year.
(7) A battalion of Nassau , seven hundred strong, was overwhelmed there.
(8) A battalion of 320 soldiers from the SPLA and 319 from Khartoum is in place.
(9) a battalion of supporters. Sentencedict.com
(10) A page of Herodotus would have been sufficient to put a battalion of biblical scholars out of action.
(11) It was at the season when the grain is tall; on the edge of the plateau a battalion of Kempt's brigade, the 95th, armed with carabines, was concealed in the tall wheat.
(12) At press time, King Leopold was reportedly planning to amass a battalion of 1, 200 hardy foot soldiers, including 50 mighty water bugs, to seek out the location of the bedbug stronghold.
(13) Jack : Sounds like she could hold her own against a battalion of tanks.
(14) Will he make you all officers over a regiment or a battalion of soldiers?
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