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  • The tercio dependant care maniple will look after your children, at a Legion facility or private home, for all the time you are training.

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  • Everyone knows how they failed to do so, how Lourdes Carrera escaped from captivity, got some help, then fought her way to a TV studio to rally the tercio of Volgans to save her husband...

    The Lensman's Children

  • Once, for example, they showed a movie, entitled Kirti, dubbed into Spanish, about a tercio of Hindu soldiers in the Federated States Army during their Formation War.

    The Lensman's Children

  • The militia of the tercio will train together with the reserves for another seventeen days per year.

    The Lensman's Children

  • Duque Carrera has directed the raising of a female combat formation; a full tercio if we can find enough women who are both willing and able.

    The Lensman's Children

  • Your tercio has a glorious ancestry; quite possibly a glorious future.

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  • Getting “knocked up” more than once, and then only with really good reason, usually meant a ticket home...out of the tercio, anyway.

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  • Martina had just joined the tercio a few months before.

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  • No one, hardly, in our social class would dream of joining the military, back then, and certainly not an infantry tercio.

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  • One of the men was in training to be a civilian machinist with his tercio footing half the bill, loaning him the rest at low interest.

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