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The parks’ beloved dining scene had largely been collapsed into an app-based meal-pickup service, and a battalion of Disney characters wandered around carrying signs reminding guests to wear their masks over their nose and mouth.
Michael Regner, the battalion commander who reported to Bronzi, also was relieved of command.
But one battalion was isolated on a spur, from which there seemed no way of escape save under a scorching flank fire.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
Two-thirds of each Battalion were sound asleep in pools of mud and water—like corpses half buried!
On my way back to the beach I saw the Plymouth Battalion as it marched in from the front line.
Lannes enlisted in the second battalion of the volunteers of Gers, and was at once elected sub-lieutenant by his fellow-citizens.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
Finally a second battalion of infantry arrived under the command of Colonel Stotsenberg, who was very popular with his men.
At dawn half a battalion of Turks tried to make the attack along the top of the cliff and were entirely wiped out.
As we came to each Battalion Headquarters we were told, "These are the remnants of the——," whatever the unit was.
He retained a few picked men from each battalion, to be used as light troops and pioneers.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON

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