So the 28-year-old corporal, who asked to use only his first name, Majid, because he has family in Syria, worked up his nerve.
Good luck to him in finding even a corporal's guard of Republicans in House or Senate who will publicly agree.
And in March 2012, she was arrested (and later released on $50,000 bail) for corporal injury upon a spouse.
A corporal in the Korean War, Fisher is now a successful real-estate developer, builder, and philanthropist.
He kneeled by the gravestone of corporal James Cavaco and placed a rock on top of it.
To the corporal's inquiry he replied that Ferry had just passed on.
When I came off guard I lost my corporal's stripes, and was condemned to a month's imprisonment.
The first precaution that the corporal had taken was to disarm and bind his prisoners.
The corporal said they were playing a game with him and offered to teach it to me.
In the meantime the corporal had been picked up, and the men were attempting to recover him.
lowest noncommissioned army officer, 1570s, from Middle French corporal, from Italian caporale "a corporal," from capo "chief, head," from Latin caput "head" (see capitulum). So called because he was in charge of a body of troops. Perhaps influenced by Italian corpo, from Latin corps "body." Or corps may be the source and caput the influence, as the OED suggests.
"of or belonging to the body," late 14c., from Old French corporal (12c., Modern French corporel) "of the body, physical, strong," from Latin corporalis "pertaining to the body," from corpus (genitive corporis) "body" (see corps). Corporal punishment "punishment of the body" (as opposed to fine or loss of rank or privilege) is from 1580s. Related: Corporality.