No sooner did the Buddhists have had their temples burnt and their houses gutted our political leaders went on a quick march
to blame their opponents.
for Excelsior Academy Cadets Twenty-five pupils have been standing to attention as the latest detachment of the Northumbria Army Cadet Force (ACF).
The contingents marched to the tune of Colonel Bogey Quick March
played by the school band comprising 25 students trained by Permanand the band master.
But it was more quickstep than quick march
as he prepared her for the latest dance on the hit BBC show.
101 was followed by Donohoe's almost boogiewoogie approach to the no-nonsense quick march
, and the interesting unearthing of a polka-like subtext during the rigours of the concluding fugue.
On the parade ground, the soldier, unversed in English, automatically obeys orders like "fall in "fall out," "quick march
," and "double time," with precision and alacrity.
: Children on a visit to Warwick's Lord Leycester Hospital.
to a successful backing of our Forces personnel serving overseas.
Emperor quick march
HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR, who was drafted in to stud duties at the beginning of his three-yearold season at Coolmore to replace subfertile George Washington, has had three winners in as many days to put him on pole position in the first-season sires' table.
If you've been feeling the pace, the Moon's quick march
through a tender area urges you to take some time out - if you can.
VERY QUICK MARCH
! Jane Tyler (second left) with instructor Paul Cook and the other runners.
Here Henry V rubs shoulders with von Hindenburg, Boudicca is within sword's reach of Braddock and Yamamoto is only a quick march
Brave battler: Baby Paige just two months after amputation op; Best bear none: Nicola helps; Paige with Winnie the Pooh legs; And she's off: Paige wastes no; time in putting new legs to work; Quick march
: Paige in the garden at home in Kirkcaldy; Festive surprise: The brave; youngster catches sight of Santa
Colin Cameron steps in to deny Gerry Taggart; QUICK MARCH
Most of the major papers and broadcast organs, having immediately jumped onto the administration's bandwagon when the war talk started last January with the State of the Union speech, seem to be pulling back a bit, sensing splits among the hawks and much public discomfort with the quick march
toward a military confrontation with Saddam Hussein's forces.