army brat


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army brat

n. a child born to a parent in the army. (Such a child will live in many different places.) I was an army brat and went to seven different schools before I got out of high school.
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An army brat, she was born in New York and moved throughout the country growing up.
From growing up an Army brat to traveling the country in search of local flavors, I'm familiar with life on the road, which is why I'm thrilled to team up with Extended Stay America to create the 'Away From Home Cooking' resource," says Sunny Anderson.
The former army brat also shared the secret behind the song.
Like a rolling stone, Humble, 63, grew up as an Army brat, moving around the world from base to base.
But this Army brat doesn't wear a long white lab coat or thick horn-rimmed glasses.
Background: An Army brat, Spayd lived in Japan and Germany before his parents settled down in Mississippi.
There she befriends an Army brat named Tommy and grooms him into a rock star whose newfound fame she both scorns and envies.
It was always there, somewhere, in this New York state-born Army brat, who married a military officer.
The books are written and illustrated by LRGP founder, Michelle Ferguson-Cohen, who was raised an army brat as well.
LANGEOOG, Germany -- For an Army brat in 2008, a stable and cohesive family life can be a rare luxury, especially if you consider the effects of extended and often repeated deployments of one or even both parents.
I was a young kid with a lot of opportunities," said the 43-year-old former Army brat.
Poinsette, a 33-year-old army brat, who graduated from Howard University and Harvard Law School, spent four years at Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliffe, a major San Francisco-based firm.
describes his experiences as an Army brat and the father of brats.
You guys have to understand, I'm the son of an army brat, so we know how to be programmed and deprogrammed right away,'' O'Neal said.
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