supernumeraries

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Farther back was old Mail with the altos and supernumeraries.

Usually, the men have but one wife, but occasionally there are supernumeraries.

They might have been supernumeraries, like the “senators” in “Othello.”

For the purpose of ridding it of the supernumeraries, should be done at an earlier day.

Mr. Alden and Roland felt themselves to be supernumeraries at once.

There are two kinds of supernumeraries, or hangers-on,—one poor, the other rich.

If he again attempt the drama, he has this in his favour, that he will not deal in supernumeraries.

There was little room therefore for any great number of supernumeraries.

Should even these corps have the necessary number of officers, these young men as supernumeraries, receive full pay.

Your present garrison shall consist of 80 rifles, and from 40 to 50 supernumeraries.