"There was a sapper of that name whom we met at Simla once, my dear," replied the Colonel.
Yes, every sin is a miner and sapper for a larger army in the rear.
He was called the sapper, because he had served in the Engineers.
Nothing was sacred from that mimic any more than from a sapper.
He stood by the stone-coloured cart, busy at the locker, the sapper who had sat upon it being his aid.
The victim I had to attend to was sapper Lohmer, a good Socialist.
A step outside broke the reel of pictures, and the sapper Officer looked in.
Nothing is sacred to a sapper,—nor to a milliner, unless it is new.
"Captain wants to speak to you, sir," came the voice of the sapper from under the tarpaulin.
Then what was her business with those spies, the sapper and Nonet?