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On April 1, 1913, only forty-six of the 1319 civilians on the cadre were natives of India.

The battalion was augmented about this time by the arrival of the cadre of the 2nd 7th Manchesters.

What is the strength of the army required to protect the country from internal violence, and for a cadre of a full army?

This force, which formed the cadre of the present army, had French teachers and adopted from the latter the French uniform.

They lack the cadre of educated people needed in order to truly engage the IMF in constructive discourse.

Still, if it were not for Vesuvius much of the charm and character of the Bay of Naples and its cadre would be gone for ever.

In the same way the cadre of divisional and sessions judges had in 1909 to be raised from 12 to 16.

Lieut.-Colonel King, being the officer with the senior permanent rank on the cadre of the Regiment, now commands it.

The German word is Quadratnets, and the French original has cadre perspectif.

This provision was in line with the concept that the peacetime Army was a cadre to be expanded in time of emergency.

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