More than that, Sean had to show he could lead among his regiment of 12 boys.
The regiment the child actors faced at Educational Pictures was extreme and included a “punishment box.”
No, instead of the global nomads, Sinatra filled his 707 with his regiment of musicians and his best local buddies.
According to the paper, another officer called it a “fiasco” for a regiment “supposed to operate in the shadows”.
So he got a uniform made, a perfect copy of the one worn by the Irish Guards, in which regiment his brother-in-law was a colonel.
The regiment was in cantonments near the northern frontier of India.
We were attached to the 10th regiment, just returned from China.
St. Clair marches, Wayne marches, Irving follows with his regiment.
They were immediately returned to the regiment and placed in the guard room.
Si stopped and waited a few minutes until his own regiment got past, thinking his plan would be less liable to interruption.
late 14c., "government, rule, control," from Old French regiment "government, rule" (14c.), from Late Latin regimentum "rule, direction," from Latin regere "to rule" (see regal). Meaning "unit of an army" first recorded 1570s (originally the reference was to permanent organization and discipline), from French. The exact number in the unit varies over time and place.
"to form into a regiment," 1610s, from regiment (n.). General sense of "organize systematically" is from 1690s. Related: Regimented; regimenting.