esprit de corps


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Morale; literally French for ‘spirit of body/group’

esprit de corps

Graduate education The degree of happiness of the 'campers' in a place
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The court stated that the officers, who were members of a small community, were generally known and recognized on and off duty and that the ear studs held the department up to ridicule and had an adverse impact on police effectiveness and esprit de corps.
Caption: Now that he's a "free agent, "just-retired General Tom Lawson accepted the offer to play for the Esprit de Corps Commandos, pulling on a crisp white jersey emblazoned with his usual if 18.
Caption: RIGHT: Karen Hodge-Cunningham and Chief of Defence Staff Gen Tom Lawson share a laugh during the reception following the Commando Hockey Challenge III charity hockey match on June 19, which was organized by Esprit de Corps to raise money for the MFRC-NCR.
Such esprit de corps is commonplace wherever fast men are found.
Esprit de Corps magazine is a proud sponsor of the Victory Ball and our staff turned out en masse to enjoy the event.
Benson fine-tuned her commentary: ``In this group, there's an esprit de corps that is very unusual.
The company's esprit de corps and exceptional level of client dedication have turned their high-profile customers into raving fans," said Ben Terk, associate of Rho Management.
ON THE AFTERNOON of February 11, the Esprit de Corps Commando hockey team took to the ice to play against the foreign military attache team--the Lame Ducks.
They're a more experienced team and a bigger one, and combining the latter factor with the hoped-for esprit de corps, the Kings are better equipped to cope with the pug-nosed eastern teams and their loudmouth fans.
The clean and efficient design combined with the sites esprit de corps provides the Chapter with its own unique identity.
Chief of Defence Staff General Tom Lawson, Esprit de Corps publisher Scott Taylor.
In addition to tuning up the instruments, which concertgoers observe, the concertmaster also has responsibility for leadership in developing esprit de corps among musicians.