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They'd just get their hired soldiers to do it for them instead.
Indeed, I'd intended you to be something more than a hired soldier.
With the treasure they could buy an army that was composed of hired soldiers.
She said, thoughtfully, 'No shortage of people who might have hired soldiers, then.
Due to this position his title was "hetman of the hired soldiers".
This is far beyond the ability of a few thousand hired soldiers to sort out" "That goes without saying.
No one came forth to ac- cuse the hired soldiers of rapine or pillage.
Roberta, on the other hand, did not pause to inspect the effects of her tranquilizer beam on the hired soldier.
Most came from Hesse-Cassel, so the name "Hessian" became generic for all of these hired soldiers.
The tormentor with his badge of oak leaves is thought to depict a hired soldier or official in the pay of the Pope himself.
Lady Yambu took her time about getting to the door, while Bonar brought her up to date on the clan's relationship with their hired soldiers.
Through the south gate of the city streamed forth ragged bands of hired soldiers, bent on escap- ing while they could.
Guppy 'hired soldier heavy'
Saxon pirates raid the coast, and unpaid mercenaries (hired soldiers) rob villages and farms.
Frederick stated that Kunz was just his hired soldier, and he was not bound to protect him or repay his losses.
Then he secretly returned to France and attempted yet another coup in August 1840, sailing with some hired soldiers into Boulogne.
When I a lad was, I served two years as hired soldier in the Empire before my brother died and I his holding inherited.
The army was made up of knights of the Order of Santiago and a great number of hired soldiers from Mérida.
It failed but in August 1840, Prince Louis Napoleon tried another coup at Boulogne with hired soldiers.
Latrocinium (from Latin latro, ultimately from Greek latron, "pay" hire) which meant primarily a mercenary, or hired soldier, had the same meaning as miles.
The Combined Forces, they're calling this invading army: the U.S.,Belgium, and hired soldiers left over from the Bay of Pigs.
Becoming desperate, he asks for help from his backers in Colombia, and FARC sends in hired soldiers to take Cuba by force.
Some historians, such as Nathaniel Philbrick, refer to Standish as a "mercenary," suggesting that he was a hired soldier of fortune seeking opportunity in Holland.
With the tacit approval and support of the United Kingdom's government, fifty hired soldiers are transported to Swaziland to be equipped and mercilessly trained by Young.
There are seven hundred thousand of them-that's five times the size of our army and our hired soldiers together-and who knows how much plasm they can summon among them."
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