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Sapper

real name Herman Cyril McNeile. 1888--1937, British novelist, author of the popular thriller Bull-dog Drummond (1920) and its sequels
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It is clear from the tributes paid to him that Sapper Ray had a bright future ahead of him and was someone who inspired those around him with his positive attitude, infectious wit and limitless optimism," he said.
Sapper Gurung was remembered by his comrades as a dedicated soldier.
Sapper Watson - who was brought up in Whickham, Newcastle upon Tyne, and served with 33 Engineer Regiment, Royal Engineers - was working as the number three operator in a bomb disposal team when he was caught in the blast.
Sapper Taylor, aged 24, described the moment he rushed to help his friend after he heard the crack of bullets flying through the air.
Almost from the very time this news release was issued, several military members, who were with Sapper Gilles Desmarais at the time of his untimely death, attempted to correct the official DND/CF version of events.
Katz, Sapper & Miller was founded in 1942 and currently has 17 partners and 120 full-time employees after its recent merger with Bailey, Williams, McGonigal & Knowles PC, another Indiana accounting firm.
We think that the computer should work properly and shouldn't invade your life," Sapper says.
In tributes to Sapper Moralee, he was called a promising soldier who always had a genuine smile.
Sapper Walker, 23, has left behind a young daughter, Lilly-Faith.
In its efforts to collect and produce the history of the course, the 169th Engineer Battalion initiated the Sapper Leader Course History Project in February 2012.
Sapper Connor Ray, from 33 Engineer Regiment, has been named as the soldier who died from his wounds at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, yesterday
WHEN his specialist patrol was hit by hidden bombs and came under enemy fire in Afghanistan Sapper Benjamin McMurray led them to safety.