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File closers do not execute loadings or firings; execution of manual of arms and other movements.
There they went through the manœuvres and firings, with as much celerity and precision as any regular troops.
Men in the line of file closers do not execute the loadings or firings.
Usually the firings in close order consist of saluting volleys only.
The battalion as a unit executes the loadings and firings only in firing saluting volleys.
The cut we give is from a photograph taken shortly after the recent firings.
Usually two or more firings occur each week, and several women combine and burn their pots together.
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Further, the enamel having been fused to both sides is not so liable to crack or to splint in subsequent firings.
In close order the troop executes the firings at the command of the captain, who posts himself in rear of the center.
Issuing of ammunition and loading of pieces before deployment; firings in close order.

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