corps[ kawr, kohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF corps
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORPS
They are the volunteers, the owner-drivers of the Corps, many of them men of wealth and title.
The first Maryland brigade as a corps de reserve on the road.
Had this corps been well trained the enemy must have been beaten.
There was, as well, a little excited undertalk from one corps to the other.
They wished to have it established that their corps was not subject to the captain's authority.
Do you think, Sergeant, that it will be made first on our own corps?
In 1808 a corps of 10,000 men destined to liberate Portugal was placed under his charge.
The officers of this corps were, according to Bryan Edwards, vol.
The strength of the corps in that return is 258 of all ranks.
This was the first occasion on which any portion of the corps was stationed in that island.