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Samantha Hogan is a staff writer at The Maine Monitor and a corps member for Report for America.
Samantha Hogan is a staff writer at The Maine Monitor and a Report for America corps member.
A nationwide tutoring corps could be rolled out by expanding Americorps, a federally funded national service program, Kraft and others suggest.
To be fair, Brady’s receiving corps was badly depleted for most of 2019, which had a measurable effect on his stats.
Without the lived experience of some of our audience and peers, we undoubtedly miss stories and don’t notice things a more representative reporting corps would catch.
The Navy and Marine Corps versions of the F-35 have differing configurations and rely on an external gun pod.
He then went back to his volunteer corps, which had formed when they did not yet have an ambulance.
Stone, according to Marine officials, served eight years in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.
The line of questioning is a regular ritual conducted between Sen. Dianne Feinstein and the press corps.
It was now almost impossible to speak of individual divisions in relation to these actions, but only of corps.
The box of the diplomatic corps was just opposite us, and our gay little Mrs. F. sat in it dressed in white satin.
Car lesditz Sauvages prenans en main leurs arcs & fleches, vouloient emporter le corps.
The task of deceiving the Austrians was performed to perfection by Murat with the reserve cavalry and Lannes's corps.
During the rapid advance down the Danube on Vienna, the fifth corps continued in close support of Murat's cavalry.
When the main French columns were deployed, Lannes, with the remnant of his indomitable corps, had a brief period of rest.
On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to corps, such as: band, body, contingent, crew, detachment, and division.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.