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bully

A person who uses physical or psychological means or force to get his or her way, esp. by intimidating or hurting others who may be smaller or weaker.
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For meals they will send their corporal back through the lines to pick up food such as bully beef and oatmeal biscuits.
During a lull in the war in North Africa, he tried to tame a feral dog by feeding it bully beef.
Gone are the days of bully beef, Machonachie stew, Tickler's plum and apple jam and hard-tack--staples of the First World War.
Mrs Atkinson said she hoped to organise a ration time tea, with bully beef hash and the like, after the service.
When we arrived they gave us tea and bully beef and bread my first experience of bully but not the last.
Behind him Dave, the not so silent drummer, was sporting an outrageous Bully Beef and Chips type 80s haircut.
Apart from talk in a shared language or merely with hands and kindred eyes, the men exchanged gifts, using everything from bully beef and barrels of beer to small mementos.
RSM >harrowing "Germans very eager to exchange almost anything for our bully beef and jam.
One comes up with 10 things to do with bully beef - because that's all they had to eat - but they all tried to recreate a sense of home of civilisation in the trenches.
Grace and her nurses tore up their petticoats to use as bandages, survived for weeks on bully beef and biscuits and saved the lives of thousands wounded at Lone Pine and the Nek.