Synonyms for attd or Related words with attd
Examples of "attd"
2nd Lt. (T./Capt.) Geoffrey Herbert Hooper, R.E.,
2nd Lt. (T./Capt.) Arthur Gordon Jones-Williams, M.C., Welsh R. (
Lt. (A./Capt.) Vashon James Wheeler, M.C., Rif. Brig,
. 45th Bn, R. Fus.
Lt. Vashon James Wheeler. Rifle Bde..
. 45th Bn., Royal Fus,
Frank Alcock (1887–1917 Rhodesia Rifles
Kings African Rifles
2nd Lt. (temp. Lt.) Laurence Wilfred Allen, R. War. R.,
He was 41 years old, and a Private in the Royal Army Service Corps, British Army,
. 141st Field Ambulance during the First World War when the following deed took place for which he was awarded the VC.
During the First World War Dast was a jemadar in the 55th Coke's Rifles (Frontier Force), British Indian Army,
. 57th Wilde's Rifles (F.F.) during when he performed the service for which he was awarded the VC.
Genes "attA"-"attH" may be involved in synthesis of compounds needed for transcription of "attR" and "attX". In fact, "attA", "
" & "attH" are involved in betalactamase synthesis, but no traces of those compounds were found in culture supernatants.
In the early 1950s, the Bureau of Internal Revenue was renamed "Internal Revenue Service" (IRS), and the ATU was given the additional responsibility of enforcing federal tobacco tax laws. At this time, the name of the ATU was changed to the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division (
He was 21 years old, and a second lieutenant in the 5th Battalion, The Duke of Wellington's (West Riding) Regiment, British Army,
, 2nd Battalion during the First World War. On 31 August 1918 at St. Servin's Farm, France, he performed a deed for which he was awarded the Victoria Cross.
He was 22 years old, and a Second Lieutenant (King's Commissioned Indian Officer) in the Corps of Indian Engineers, Indian Army,
. Royal Bombay Sappers and Miners during the Second World War when the following deed took place for which he was awarded the VC.
Second Lieutenant George Hubert Kemp was interred at Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery at Rue Louis Delattre, between that road and Route des Bruyères in Longuenesse, Pas-de-Calais, France. His grave reference is V. B. 56. The inscription on his headstone reads: "Second Lieutenant George Hubert Kemp, Durham Light Infantry,
. Royal Air Force, 1st June 1918 Age 20, To A Cheery, Loving, Loyal Son, Brother, Friend, Let This Bear Tribute."
Attached 46th (North Midland) Divisional Signal Company, R.E., T.F.,
. R.A., 46th Divisional H.Q.: Near Bellenglise, on 2 October 1918, and two following days, he worked night and day under very trying conditions, and was mainly instrumental in keeping the Signal communications of the 46th Division through during the attack on Ramicourt and Montbrehain. His efficiency, courage and enthusiasm were a fine example to those under him.
During the First World War, Anderson joined the British Army and gained a commission as a Second Lieutenant. On 16 October 1914, he joined 3rd Bn.
. 1st Bn. Cheshire Regiment and he saw action with this unit in France and Belgium On 7 November, Anderson was mortally wounded at Hooge, near Ypres. Also killed were Captain George Bertram Pollock-Hodsoll, a footballer who had played for Casuals and Corinthians (who had, on occasion, captained the Army team), and four enlisted men. Anderson's unit successfully repelled a German attack and captured twenty-five enemy troops. There are differing accounts of Anderson's death from his wounds. Battalion records state he was killed on 7 November, the day he was wounded. A sports biography places his death on 9 November and records from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission place his death on 11 November.
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