|army ant||driver ant|
|army ant||legionary ant|
|(History) soldier in the Turkish army; faithful partisan, loyal supporter, devoted follower, janizary, Turkish soldier||janissary|
|(History) soldier in the Turkish army; faithful partisan, loyal supporter, janissary||janizary|
|(Military) small army flag indicating the regiment or unit; soldier who carries a guidon||guidon|
|.30 caliber army rifle||M-1 rifle|
|abandon person, abandon place, forsake; leave the army without permission, arid area, barren land, deprived place, leave army without permission, lifeless place, punishment or reward, wasteland, area where there is little rainfall||desert|
|abandonment; act of leaving the army without permission, deserting from army||desertion|
|act of discharging from military service; disbanding of an army||demobilization|
|act or process of collecting or conscripting (money, property, etc.) by a government or other authority; something which is collected through a levy (i.e. money, property, troops, etc.), army, conscription, declare war, impose a tax, impose a tax or fi...||levy|
|Adjutant General, adjutant general; chief administrative officer of an army||AG|
|African weaverbird, bottom-dwelling fish, East African finch, grenade-carrying soldier, member of the first regiment of household infantry, member of the Grenadier Guards of the British Army; soldier who throws grenades (Obsolete); member of an elite u...||grenadier|
|aggressive spread of plant, arrival in large numbers, attempt to conquer, incursion of an army for conquest; encroachment; intrusion, foray, spoiling, spread of disease, spread of something harmful||invasion|
|aim something, army followers, domesticate animal, entourage, instruct, coach, learn or teach skills, line of gunpowder, linked railroad cars, long moving line, make plant grow as wanted, mechanical series, prepare for sporting competition, produce imp...||train|
|air conditioning, alternating current, ante Christum, ante Christum; before Christ (Latin), Army Corps; organized division of soldiers, see also:DC||AC|
|Alfred Dreyfus (1859-1935), Jewish French army officer who was convicted of treason in 1894 and acquitted in 1906||Dreyfus|
|Algerian infantryman in French army unit, infantry soldier in the French army, member of unit imitating French Zouaves||Zouave|
|an Army rank||sergeant first class|
|ancient Roman army officer, leader of 100 soldiers in the Roman army||centurion|
|ant that protects colony, army member below officer rank, be member of an army, dedicated worker, member of the military, enlisted man, one who serves in the army; loyal and active follower, one who fights for a cause, pretend to work, serve in the arm...||soldier|
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