See also:body of troops, varying from a few
See also:hundred to the greater
See also:part of an army . In a
See also:special sense "
See also:corps " is used as synonymous with " army corps " (corps d'armee) . The word is applied to any organized body, as in corps diplomatique, the general body of
See also:diplomatic agents accredited to any
See also:government (see
See also:DIPLOMACY), or corps de
See also:ballet, the members of a
See also:troop of dancers at a theatre; so in esprit de corps, the
See also:common spirit of
See also:loyalty which animates any body of associated persons .
CORPORATION (from Lat. corporare, to form into a bo...
CORPSE (Lat. corpus, the body)
There are no comments yet for this article.
Do not copy, download, transfer, or otherwise replicate the site content in whole or in part.
Links to articles and home page are encouraged.