- John Ar·cher [ahr-cher] /ˈɑr tʃər/, 1867–1942, U.S. Marine Corps general.
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Examples from the Web for lejeune
Love, Nate 12 September 2006 Folks, Just returned from a several day excursion with some of the Recon boys from Lejeune.Marine First Lieutenant Nathan Krissoff’s Last Letters Home From Iraq
May 26, 2013
When he arrived at Lejeune, he was new to the role of infantry team leader, like Ryan.Friends on the Line: Excerpt from Brian Mockenhaupt’s “The Living and the Dead”
November 21, 2012
And he and Lejeune, the chauffeur, got to talking, and we took him home.
Father Lejeune, in 1637, gives a case which reminds us of Home.Cock Lane and Common-Sense
The introduction of lithography into France was greatly due to the efforts of Lejeune.
At any rate, father just smiled, and gave them both his blessing, and told Lejeune to come back when the war was over.
Lejeune soon turned off the wagon road to make his way directly down the side of the mountain.The Rules of the Game
Stewart Edward White