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- ak While she is not currently in service with MSC, ships with her general characteristics are designated Buffalo Soldier class, fleet designation AK 2222.
- bk Index: R Surveyor-general, and member of Board of Education, 58. Bk On administrative energy of Brock, 168. Bib.
- ca Sigwalt Sigwalt Sewing Machine ca. 1879 - Co., Chicago, Ill.
- cc CC. Cones, 12 to 18 inches long; Western.
- cd Ordinary pressed CD and DVD media are every-day examples of diffraction gratings and can be used to demonstrate the effect by reflecting sunlight off them onto a white wall.
- ce So round he went, from boy to boy, deliberately fixing each boy with his eye, and severely asking-"Est-ce toi?"
- C 88-90. W.C. Braithwaite's 'Beginnings of Quakerism,' p.
- CB Brig Gen Couchman CB until 20 Oct 1915 Brig Gen W M Withycombe CMG DSO until 7 Mar 1917 Brig Gen F J M Rowley DSO until 2 Jun 1917 Brig Gen W M Withycombe CMG DSO until 20 Apr 1918 Brig Gen E I de S Thorpe CMG DSO until 18 Sep 1918 Brig Gen H J Brock CB CMG DSO Order of battle World War I From 5 November 1915 to 3 February 1916, the 107th Brigade was attached to 4th Division 8th (Service) Battalion (East Belfast), Royal Irish Rifles (joined September 1914, 8th/9th Battalion from August 1917, disbanded February 1918) 9th (Service) Battalion (West Belfast), Royal Irish Rifles (joined September 1914, amalgamated with 8th Battalion August 1917) 10th (Service) Battalion (South Belfast), Royal Irish Rifles (joined September 1914, disbanded February 1918) 15th (Service) Battalion (North Belfast), Royal Irish Rifles (joined September 1914) 107th Brigade Machine Gun Company (joined 18 December 1915, moved into 36th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps on 1 March 1918) 107th Trench Mortar Battery (joined from 1 April 1916) 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers (joined August 1917, left February 1918) 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles (joined February 1918) 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles (joined February 1918)
- CF For Silius' reverence for Virgil, see above, and cf.