SARGE


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SARGESurveillance and Reconnaissance Ground Equipment (unmanned ground vehicle)
SARGEState Alliance for Recovery and General Education (North Carolina)
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We forgot about the furniture and fabrics and were lost in our Kear Sarge talk for over an hour.
After an hour, both hunters' prayers were answered when Sarge slowly made his way toward the bait.
I saw a post on a social media site that Ethan wanted to talk Northern Soul with someone," explains Sarge.
The young lad turns to see Sarge with an arrow sticking out of his chest.
Robert Sargent Shriver, known as Sarge since childhood, was a man of many accomplishments with an outstanding career in public and international service.
Sarge McClintock have opened a Wenatchee office to house eight additional agents under their license.
The pair sat sixth in the nine-horse field after the first half-mile, took the lead early in the stretch and then withstood a closing surge by Salute the Sarge.
Mattel also recalled 49,000 Chinese-made die-cast toy Sarge cars because of safety concerns about high levels of lead in their paint.
A UNIT of ill-prepared National Guards and their gruff commanding officer, Sarge (Flex Alexander), head into the desert to deliver supplies to a team of scientists.
A UNIT of ill-prepared National Guards and their gruff commanding officer, Sarge, head into the desert to deliver supplies to a team of scientists.
In "Mid-Century City: Cincinnati At The Apex", the historic photography of Sarge Marsh is nicely supported by the brief narrative text of John Fleishchman to present the city of Cinncinnati, Ohio in the mid-nineteenth century at the height of World War II when this American Midwest metropolis featured downtown movie palaces able to seat 1500 people at a time, when there was an airport served by shiny, propeller-driven DC-3 and DC-4 aircraft and people dressed formally to fly, when a typical business office worker was equipped with a wooden desk and a black telephone, when afternoon shoppers got their lunch in noisy, boisterous cafeterias.
Chances are Pig'n-Chik's specialty, the four-pound Sarge burger, won't be offered over the counter, but it could happen.