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CSM

["CSM - A Distributed Programming Language", S. Zhongxiu et al, IEEE Trans Soft Eng SE-13(4):497-500 (Apr 1987)].
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The casevac helicopter which arrived to evacuate Company Sergeant Major Dominic Hagans
Company Sergeant Major Colin Beckett was described as a "truly special husband" by his widow.
Lewis McGee was acting Company Sergeant Major on 12 October 1917.
He was also well known for his role as Sergeant Grimshaw, the title character of the first Carry On film, Carry On Sergeant in 1958, and Company Sergeant Major Percy Bullimore in the sitcom The Army Game from 1957 until 1958, and again in 1960.
The talented back, who played for Bridgend and Glamorgan Police, was a Company Sergeant Major when killed in action during the taking of Mametz Woods in the same year as David Watts, from Maesteg; Horace Wyndham Thomas, from Pentyrch; and John Lewis Williams, from Whitchurch, Cardiff.
Rank: Company Sergeant Major Regiment: Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry Age: 41 Date of death: 13-10-1915 Buried at: Spoilbank Cemetery JH May Husband of Alice Morse (formerly May), of 276 Workmen's Hotel, Bute Street.
When he enlisted for the Great War he joined the Duke of Wellington's Regiment and was a Company Sergeant Major.
Company Sergeant Major Stan Hollis VC |memorial at the Cenotaph, Middlesbrough, picture by Sheila Middleton, of Norton
Company Sergeant Major Frank Naden of the 6th Cheshire Territorials wrote to the Evening Mail, Newcastle, on January 31, 1915: "Next day we got an order that all communication and friendly intercourse with the enemy must cease but we did not fire at all that day, and the Germans did not fire at us.
Company Sergeant Major Glen Goldthorpe of the <B1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, holds his son Harry in his arms who was born earlier this week
Among the dead were Company Sergeant Major Harvey Gillanders from Blundellsands - a member of the Liverpool Scottish Football Club, Lieutenant William Turner, whose brother Frederick, the Scottish rugby captain, had died six months previously, and many teenagers including Douglas Grossart, 19, one of three brothers to fall in the war.