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The individual also discussed the need to evacuate noncombatants and wounded to medical care.
And the intrepid noncombatant carried on either arm a big basket of a type well known to our American fighters.
Naturally he would have been denied permission to go forward during an engagement—that was no time nor place for a noncombatant.
Jason Russell, an invalid and a noncombatant, was barbarously butchered in his own house.
He issued a series of silly general orders making war on the noncombatant population of Virginia within his line.
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The Royal Engineers are the men who are looked on in training as a noncombatant force, with safe jobs.
At last, the need of air and food oblige the besieged noncombatant to show himself; at least, the door is set slightly ajar.
Hence Germany could apparently sink vessels with impunity so long as the noncombatant victims belonged to other nationalities.
Is the normal noncombatant to shed his gore as often as he misses his drink?
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