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  • Trump Blames Flynn's Vetting On Obama's Administration

    ... the Defense Intelligence Agency from 2012 to 2014, before being pushed out and retiring from the Army with the rank of lieutenant general.

  • Outspoken Lieutenant general named Trump's top security ...

    On Monday Donald Trump pegged Lieutenant General Herbert Raymond McMaster to fill the office of national security left vacant after former security adviser Michael ...

  • Man Left With No Water Dies In Jail -

    ... one correctional officer, and one lieutenant testified on Monday that it is not jail policy to turn off an inmate’s water when moved to a new cell.

  • '70s celeb crushes: Where are they now? -

    From 1970 to 1971, he portrayed police lieutenant Dan August in the eponymous crime TV series. He also directed two films, “Gator” (1976) and “The End” (1978).

  • Star Trek stars: Where are they now? -

    Star Trek stars: Where are they now? Photos 31/07/2016. SHARE. SHARE. TWEET. SHARE. EMAIL. ... Dorn played Lieutenant Commander Worf, ...

  • Guardians Mash Up With A-Team -

    Featuring Rocket as Lieutenant Colonel John "Hannibal" Smith, and Star-Lord as Lieutenant Templeton "Face" Peck and "introducing Groot."

  • Star Trek's Lt Uhura recovers from stroke -

    TV star Nichelle Nicholls, who played Lieutenant Nyota Uhura in the original Star Trek series, is recovering in hospital after suffering a mild stroke.

  • Magician's death by hanging in Hollywood ruled accidental ...

    ... Magician's Magician' But the coroner who performed the autopsy on Saturday ruled the death an accidental hanging, said Lieutenant David Smith, ...

  • Franka Potente | The Bridge Season 2 Premiere | Red Carpet ...

    ... the cartel. Sonya meets an unexpected man with connections to her past who threatens to come between her and her boss, Lieutenant Hank Wade (Levine).

  • The toughest female action heroes you can see on the big ...

    The toughest female action heroes you can see on the big screen. Photos 16/01/2017. SHARE. ... Lieutenant Ellen Ripley. Actress: Sigourney Weaver. Movie: "Alien" (1979)

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  • Lieutenant - Wikipedia

    A lieutenant (abbreviated Lt., LT, LTA, Lieut., LEUT and LEUT.) is a junior commissioned officer in many nations' armed forces, fire service or police.

  • Lieutenant - definition of lieutenant by The Free Dictionary

    lieu·ten·ant (lo͞o-tĕn′ənt) n. 1. a. A commissioned rank in the US Navy or Coast Guard that is above lieutenant junior grade and below lieutenant commander.

  • Lieutenant | Define Lieutenant at

    Lieutenant definition, first lieutenant. See more. ... late 14c., "one who takes the place of another," from Old French lieu tenant "substitute, deputy," literally ...

  • Lieutenant (navy) - Wikipedia

    Lieutenant (abbreviated Lt, LT, LT(N), Lt(N), Lieut and LEUT, depending on nation) is a commissioned officer rank in many nations' navies. It is typically the most ...

  • Lieutenant | Military Wiki | Fandom powered by Wikia

    The senior grade of lieutenant is known as first lieutenant in the United States, and as lieutenant in the United Kingdom and the rest of the English-speaking world.

  • Lieutenant | Lieutenant Definition by Merriam-Webster

    Define lieutenant: an officer in the army, navy, or air force with a fairly low rank — lieutenant in a sentence

  • Lieutenant | Memory Alpha | Fandom powered by Wikia

    Lieutenant (typically pronounced as "loo-tenant" or "lef-tenant" in British English) is a military rank, the equivalent of which is used by the service organizations ...

  • lieutenant | military rank |

    Company grade officer, the lowest rank of commissioned officer in most armies of the world. The lieutenant normally commands a small tactical unit such as a platoon.

  • lieutenant - Dictionary Definition :

    A lieutenant is a commissioned officer in the armed forces or the police who can take command if her higher-ups aren't around.

  • Why exactly do the British say lieutenant as ''leftenant ...,5753,-19576,00...

    The Norman French phrase 'lieutenant' may have predated the Latin rendering 'locum tenens'. The earliest examples in OED are all from Scotland, and it seems even then ...

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