Noun(1) a noncommissioned officer in the Army or Air Force or Marines
Adjective(1) affecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit(2) possessing or existing in bodily form
(1) His colleagues, a major, warrant officer and another corporal , were killed.(2) This fact confirms directly the concept of higher responsiveness of brain regions to acupuncture of auricular versus corporal points.(3) Many encumbrances that our bodies endure, including detrimental ones like viruses, have an unwelcome and deeply altering effect on our already flimsy corporal authority.(4) He was due to marry his fiancÔö£┬«e Debbie this year and was promoted from the rank of lance corporal to corporal only days before his death.(5) The others were two married corporals, a single corporal and two unmarried lance-corporals.(6) Usually, they move in teams of three to five men, with the senior man being a corporal or sergeant.(7) Decent wine and good food are among Taylor's corporal pleasures and he speaks with what one local describes as a ├ö├ç├┐snooty, old-fashioned Ulster accent├ö├ç├û.(8) However, white-collar has moved from sergeant to corporal in terms of who should be prepared as leaders.(9) Computers, waffle irons, toasters, you name it, all have one major advantage over us corporal beings: They aren't burdened with the ability to think.(10) He then would assign to his men the ranks of sergeant, corporal , private and so on.(11) Two skilled therapists subject me to an extreme form of corporal reward known as the Harmony Banyan Massage.(12) They marched in twos, first sergeant, then corporal , then the recruits in pairs.(13) He had joined up while still in his teens, seen active service and risen to the rank of corporal in the Royal Army Corps.(14) The quality of America's Army's leaders, from corporal to general, determines the outcome of ground combat.(15) Squad leaders became buck sergeants in compensation, with a corporal as second in command.(16) Early in my 10th Infantry days, a corporal assembled about 30 of us new soldiers from different units for basic close-order drill.
(1) corporal punishment :: 体罰
(2) lance corporal :: 兵長
1. incarnate ::
2. corporate ::
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