-lieutenant

Xem 1-20 trên 20 kết quả -lieutenant
  • Danh động từ có hình thức y hệt như Hiện tại phân từ. Chẳng hạn, Whentalking to this old man, you must speak loudly (Khi nói chuyện với ông lão này, anh phải nói to). 2/Danh động từ hoàn thành (Perfect Gerund) là danh động từ chỉ hành động trong quá khứ. Chẳng hạn, "This lieutenant was suspected of having trafficked in drugs" (Viên trung úy này bị nghi là buôn ma túy)

    pdf7p abcdef_36 07-10-2011 180 82   Download

  • For particular contributions I would like to thank: Flight Lieutenant Andrew Resoli; Lisa and Tim Hale; David Morrison; some of the inmates at HMP High Down in the summer of 2002; Antonio Lille for his work on rhyming slang; various magazine editors and journalists who addressed so many of my queries of modern usage; and, for a splendid collection of cocaine-related slang, a certain group of musicians (whose management would prefer that they remain anonymous).

    pdf7p pretty8 16-09-2010 51 3   Download

  • John Hanning Speke was a man of thirty-six, when his Nile Journal appeared. He had entered the army in 1844, and completed ten years of service in India, serving through the Punjab Campaign. Already he had conceived the idea of exploring Africa, before his ten years were up, and on their conclusion he was appointed a member of the expedition preparing to start under Sir Richard (then Lieutenant Burton) for the Somali country.

    pdf481p culao1122 11-01-2013 15 3   Download

  • A telephone bell jangled insistently. The orderly on duty dropped his feet from the desk to the floor and lifted the receiver with a muttered curse. "Post hospital, Aberdeen Proving Ground," he said sleepily, rubbing his eyes. A burst of raucous coughing answered him. Several times it ceased for an instant and a voice tried to speak, but each time a fresh spasm of deep-chested wracking coughing interrupted. "Who is this?" demanded the now aroused orderly. "What's the matter?" Between intervals of coughing difficultly enunciated words reached him.

    pdf32p transang7 28-01-2013 20 3   Download

  • In preparing this brief sketch of the most celebrated of our naval heroes, the author has been aided by the very full and valuable biography published in 1878 by his son, Mr. Loyall Farragut, who has also kindly supplied for this work many additional details of interest from the Admiral's journals and correspondence, and from other memoranda.

    pdf137p believe11 20-02-2013 19 3   Download

  • "I would ask you a favour," said the German captain, as we sat in the cabin of a U-boat which had just been added to the long line of bedraggled captives which stretched themselves for a mile or more in Harwich Harbour, in November, 1918. I made no reply; I had just granted him a favour by allowing him to leave the upper deck of the submarine, in order that he might await the motor launch in some sort of privacy; why should he ask for more? Undeterred by my silence, he continued: "I have a great friend, Lieutenant-zu-See Von Schenk, who brought U.122 over last...

    pdf89p chonguoinoiay 23-02-2013 20 3   Download

  • the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the American colonies, from Massachusetts to South Carolina, were at intervals subject to visitations of pirates, who were wont to appear suddenly upon the coasts, to pillage a settlement or attack trading vessels and as suddenly to take flight to their strongholds. Captain Kidd was long celebrated in prose and verse, and only within a few years have credulous people ceased to seek his buried treasures.

    pdf24p chonguoinoiay 23-02-2013 14 3   Download

  • Frank Aretas Haskell was born at Tunbridge, Vermont, the son of Aretas and Ann (Folson) Haskell, on the 13th of July, 1828. Graduating from Dartmouth College with distinguished honors, in the class of 1854, the young man came to Madison in the autumn of that year, and entered the law firm of Orton, Atwood & Orton. His career in this profession was increasingly successful, until in 1861 it was interrupted by the outbreak of the War of Secession.

    pdf53p chonguoinoiay1 02-04-2013 15 3   Download

  • The following work contains a Narrative of the Voyage to the West Coast of Corea, and the Great Loo-choo Island; an Appendix, containing Nautical details; and a Vocabulary of the Language spoken at Loo-choo. In drawing up the Narrative from journals written at the time, I have derived great assistance from notes made by Lieutenant H.J. Clifford, of the Navy.

    pdf149p nhokheo2 15-04-2013 25 3   Download

  • This manuscript is the product of a tape-recorded interview conducted by Dr. Paul Walker of the Historical Div., Office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, with Lt. Gen. Walter K. Wilson, Jr., USA, Ret., in Mobile, Alabama, in Jan. 1978. Lt. Gen. Wilson had a distinguished career in the Corps of Engineers which culminated with his selection as Chief of Engineers in 1961. Photos.

    pdf0p quatet 10-01-2013 17 2   Download

  • "I would ask you a favour," said the German captain, as we sat in the cabin of a U-boat which had just been added to the long line of bedraggled captives which stretched themselves for a mile or more in Harwich Harbour, in November, 1918. I made no reply; I had just granted him a favour by allowing him to leave the upper deck of the submarine, in order that he might await the motor launch in some sort of privacy; why should he ask for more? Undeterred by my silence, he continued: "I have a great friend, Lieutenant-zu-See Von Schenk, who brought U.122 over last week; he has...

    pdf119p hotmoingay6 23-01-2013 18 2   Download

  • The muffled, helmeted figure of a pilot climbed down the spider ladder, nestled into the foremost scout's cockpit and pressed the starting button. The motor spat out a wisp of smoke, then burst into its full-throated roar: the automatic clamp above loosened: the scout dropped plummet-like, bobbed to the flagship below, straightened out and zoomed six thousand feet up into the morning blue, where it hovered for a few moments like an eagle on taut wings. Lieutenant Christopher Travers, the pilot, glanced around. Behind and below him was spread a magnificent panorama.

    pdf36p transang7 25-01-2013 15 2   Download

  • Credit story to Wild Pat Morgan, that laughing, reckless, black-haired grandson of Ireland's peat bogs. To Pat Morgan, one-time flying lieutenant of the AEF, ex-inventor, amateur boxer, and drinking companion par excellence. I met Pat Morgan at the country club bar, one of those casual things. After the third highball we were calling each other by our first names. By the sixth we had dragged the family skeletons out of the closet and were shaking the dust off them. A little later we were weeping on one another's shoulders, and that's how it began....

    pdf24p hotmoingay8 28-01-2013 21 2   Download

  • Lieutenant General Glenn A. Kent was a uniquely acute analyst and developer of American defense policy in the second half of the twentieth century. His 33-year career in the Air Force was followed by more than 20 years as one of the leading analysts at RAND. This volume is not a memoir in the normal sense but rather a summary of

    pdf0p xuancoem 02-02-2013 21 2   Download

  • Le sous-lieutenant Teglev appartenait à la catégorie des hommes « fatals », bien qu’il n’eût pas le physique de l’emploi : par exemple, il ne présentait la moindre ressemblance avec le « fataliste » de Lermontov. C’était un homme de faible taille, assez corpulent, légèrement voûté, blond et presque blondasse ; la face était ronde, fraîche, les joues roses, le nez retroussé, le front bas et étroit, de grosses lèvres régulières et toujours immobiles : jamais je ne l’ai vu rire, ni même sourire....

    pdf43p nunongnuna 03-04-2013 17 2   Download

  • John Hanning Speke was a man of thirty-six, when his Nile Journal appeared. He had entered the army in 1844, and completed ten years of service in India, serving through the Punjab Campaign. Already he had conceived the idea of exploring Africa, before his ten years were up, and on their conclusion he was appointed a member of the expedition preparing to start under Sir Richard (then Lieutenant Burton) for the Somali country.

    pdf247p nhokheo9 03-05-2013 12 2   Download

  • Dare I say it? Dare I say that I, a plain, prosaic lieutenant in the republican service have done the incredible things here set out for the love of a woman—for a chimera in female shape; for a pale, vapid ghost of woman-loveliness? At times I tell myself I dare not: that you will laugh, and cast me aside as a fabricator; and then again I pick up my pen and collect the scattered pages, for I MUST write it—the pallid splendour of that thing I loved, and won, and lost is ever before me, and will not be forgotten. The tumult of the struggle into which...

    pdf167p hotmoingay8 28-01-2013 20 1   Download

  • The beginning of the nineteenth century was a time of audacious enterprises and strange vicissitudes of fortune. Whilst Western Europe in turn submitted and struggled against a sub-lieutenant who made himself an emperor, who at his pleasure made kings and destroyed kingdoms, the ancient eastern part of the Continent; like mummies which preserve but the semblance of life, was gradually tumbling to pieces, and getting parcelled out amongst bold adventurers who skirmished over its ruins.

    pdf62p nhokheo5 25-04-2013 17 1   Download

  • Captain Beith, who was born in 1876 and therefore narrowly came within the age limit for military service, enlisted at the first outbreak of hostilities in the summer of 1914, and was made a sub-lieutenant in the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. After training throughout the fall and winter at Aldershot, he accompanied his regiment to the front in April, and, as his narrative discloses, immediately saw some very active service and rapidly rose to the rank of captain. In the offensive of September, Captain Beith's division was badly cut up and seriously reduced in numbers.

    pdf134p congacon88 26-04-2013 18 1   Download

  • The beginning of the nineteenth century was a time of audacious enterprises and strange vicissitudes of fortune. Whilst Western Europe in turn submitted and struggled against a sub-lieutenant who made himself an emperor, who at his pleasure made kings and destroyed kingdoms, the ancient eastern part of the Continent; like mummies which preserve but the semblance of life, was gradually tumbling to pieces, and getting parcelled out amongst bold adventurers who skirmished over its ruins.

    pdf106p hotmoingay6 23-01-2013 11 0   Download

CHỦ ĐỀ BẠN MUỐN TÌM

Đồng bộ tài khoản