Only the brave efforts of American Marines and gis prevented the complete collapse of the state.
Their small world—previously limited to the Shepparton-Cummeragunja area—expands as they meet African-American gis in Vietnam.
As many, every six months, as all the gis killed in combat in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq combined.
Way was thoroughly imbued with the apocalyptic belief in the approaching redemption of Israel under the gis of Christianity.
By this gis 1233 does Love, amid his riches, deceive the eye.
The Lukian Apollo was the deity of the defeated side, as Athene of the gis (goat-skin) was the deity of the victors.
A decree of Prince Philip, in 1553, was its gis and was constantly invoked.
That is life; a marvelous beauty covers all things like a garment, like an gis.
She wears the goat-skin, gis, in art, but this is usually regarded as another type of the storm-cloud.
As long as Phbus Apollo held the gis unmoved in his hands, so long did the weapons reach both sides, and the people fell.
Abbreviation of Geographic Information System
Of, in, or from the US armed forces, esp the Army; government issue: GI shoes/ His officious ways are very GI (WWI armed forces)
A member of the US armed forces, esp an enlisted Army soldier serving since or during World War II: The GIs fought furiously to hold Taejon (Armed forces)
To scrub and make trim: They GIed the barracks every Friday night (WWII Army)