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by Clifford J. Rogers
field generals who might have been able to strategize effectively against the changing features of Turkish warfare. A telling example is the notorious scarcity of infantry, which had to be imported from abroad, mainly from Bohemia, Poland, ...
by Jeffrey M. Elliot, Sheikh R. Ali
They serve as party spokesmen, promote party unity among colleagues, and act as "field generals" on the floor. The minority leader monitors the progress of bills through committees and subcommittees, consulting with ranking minority ...
by Eric Hickey, Ph.D.
The BGF is a highly organized gang with a formal rank structure consisting of a central executive committee, field generals, captains, lieutenants, and soldiers. Membership entry occurs through sponsorship, and potential members must pass a ...
by Paul Dickson
“Fielder Jones, manager of the Chicago White Stockings, and one of the best field generals in the world” (John J. Evers and Hugh S. Fullerton, Touching Second: The Science of Baseball; Peter Morris). field goal Kicking the ball, similar to a ...
Encyclopedia of World Sport (1999)
From Ancient Times to the Present by David Levinson, Karen Christensen
“field generals” (quarterbacks), efforts by teams to move the ball into “enemy territory” and, ultimately, scoring by “invading” the opponent's end zone. Cross-cultural studies too show a positive association between the ...
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