[ kok-see ]
/ ˈkɒk si /
Jacob Sech·ler [sech-ler] /ˈsɛtʃ lər/, 1854–1951, U.S. political reformer: led a group of unemployed marchers (Coxey's army) in 1894 from Ohio to Washington, D.C., to petition Congress for legislation to create jobs and relieve poverty.
Insect Armies! Terrifying Bug Groups ExplainedGrab your butterfly nets, and let's discover some bugged-out group names.
What Is Whisky Tango Foxtrot And Other Army LingoGiven the size and manpower of the US Army, it's no surprise that its lingo has gradually invaded everyday conversation. Not many of us keep a Purple Heart framed on our desk, though (i.e., we have no idea what these words and phrases mean even though we hear them all the time).
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