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  2. The Corps (song) - Wikipedia

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    See media help. " The Corps " is a poetic hymn associated with the United States Military Academy. It is second in importance to only the Academy's Alma Mater. The words were written by West Point Chaplain, Bishop H.S. Shipman, around 1902. The accompanying music was composed in 1910 specially for the ceremonial closing of the Old Cadet Chapel ...

  3. Military brat (U.S. subculture) - Wikipedia

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    Military brat (U.S. subculture) In the United States, a military brat (also known by various "brat" derivatives [a]) is the child of a parent (s), adopted parent (s), or legal guardian (s) serving full-time in the United States Armed Forces, whether current or former. The term military brat can also refer to the subculture and lifestyle of such ...

  4. Ethiopian National Defense Force - Wikipedia

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    The Ethiopian National Defense Force ( ENDF) ( Amharic: የኢፌዲሪ መከላከያ ሠራዊት, romanized : Ye'īfēdērī mekelakeya šerawīt, lit. 'FDRE Defense Force') is the military force of Ethiopia. Civilian control of the military is carried out through the Ministry of Defense, which oversees the Ground Forces, Air Force, Naval ...

  5. Tithonus poem - Wikipedia

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    The Tithonus poem, also known as the old age poem or (with fragments of another poem by Sappho discovered at the same time) the New Sappho, [a] is a poem by the archaic Greek poet Sappho. It is part of fragment 58 in Eva-Maria Voigt 's edition of Sappho. [b] The poem is from Book IV of the Alexandrian edition of Sappho's poetry.

  6. Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy - Wikipedia

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    Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy. G. A. Studdert Kennedy, 1918. Geoffrey Anketell Studdert Kennedy MC (27 June 1883 – 8 March 1929) was an English Anglican priest and poet. He was nicknamed "Woodbine Willie" during World War I for giving Woodbine cigarettes to the soldiers he met, as well as spiritual aid to injured and dying soldiers.

  7. Sappho 16 - Wikipedia

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    Sappho 16. Sappho 16 is a fragment of a poem by the archaic Greek lyric poet Sappho. [a] It is from Book I of the Alexandrian edition of Sappho's poetry, and is known from a second-century papyrus discovered at Oxyrhynchus in Egypt at the beginning of the twentieth century. Sappho 16 is a love poem – the genre for which Sappho was best known ...

  8. Ariston Delos Reyes - Wikipedia

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    Allegiance. Republic of the Philippines. Branch/service. Philippine Navy. Years of service. 1971 - 2006. Rank. Vice Admiral. Ariston V. Delos Reyes (born February 16, 1950) is a retired vice admiral in the Armed Forces of the Philippines .

  9. The Fall of America: Poems of These States - Wikipedia

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    First edition. The Fall of America: Poems of These States, 1965–1971 is a collection of poetry by Allen Ginsberg, published by City Lights Bookstore in 1973, for which Ginsberg shared the annual U.S. National Book Award for Poetry. [1] It is characterized by a prophetic tone inspired by William Blake and Walt Whitman, as well as an objective ...