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But it was not long before the tragedian had gone to join the cavalry officer and the engaged young man and a few others; and Edna found herself face to face with the realities.
Almost daily new prisoners were brought in, and about three weeks after I was brought in to the post a troop of cavalry came from the south to relieve one of the troops stationed there.
He was a colonel in the cavalry of Abyssinia, a country of which I do not remember ever hearing, but which Colonel Belik assured me is the oldest civilized country in the world.
They are of extraordinary length, even those of the cavalry, and are of extreme accuracy.
There were large bodies of cavalry and infantry, endless streams of artillery wagons and guns, and countless horse-drawn covered vehicles laden with camp equipage, munitions, and provisions.
It was one autumn morning, and as usual, an hour before daybreak our cavalry had turned out, ready caparisoned for the day's work, whether it might be fighting or waiting.
Then he said to him, 'Now go home to the King, and say that if he sends any more cavalry I will blow them all into the air.
Muscat: After a superb race, Royal Cavalry of Oman's stallion 'Saleh' won the top place in the Prix Warda Jean-Francois Bernard races in the French city of Toulouse on Monday.
The two-day Elite Cup saw participation of 68 riders from various government cavalry units, who took part in 17 teams and competed in individual and team rounds for the sword and lance.
Hadrian's Cavalry explores the role and daily life of the Roman army's cavalry forces in a unique wall-wide exhibition that stretches the full 150 miles of the Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site area - from Maryport in the west to South Shields in the east, across 10 museums and venues.
The Sultanate's participation comes after the horse riders of the Royal Cavalry qualified to finals after passing the international races that were organized by the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI).
Omar bin Said Al-Hassani from the Royal Cavalry came first, followed by Yousef bin Salim al-Masrori from ROP Cavalry and Yasser bin Baroot Al-Hassani from Cavalry of Sultan of Oman's Armor came third.