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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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The variety of food on offer was a far cry from bully beef, biscuits and tea, even if the food selections in some cases appear a bit idiosyncratic to the modern eye (curry and rice followed by chops and mashed potatoes for breakfast)!
"For meals they will send their corporal back through the lines to pick up food such as bully beef and oatmeal biscuits.
Corned beef - also known as 'bully beef' in the UK - is a cut of brisket or silverside that is cured with coarse salt and pickling spices then boiled.
But I needed convincing as I lay awake during the nights before this excursion, worrying about communal shower blocks, nocturnal toilet excursions and bully beef rations.
Or the 1st Battalion of the Duke of Wellington's regiment who marched and fought 25 miles a day also on the way back to Dunkirk, living on half a tin of bully beef "per man, per day, per-haps" as they put it.
During a lull in the war in North Africa, he tried to tame a feral dog by feeding it bully beef.
Flagging: Bulloch had a nightmare round at Drumoig; Weight for it: Tony works out on a rowing machine in the gym; Bully beef: Tony uses his strength to out-muscle towering Celtic star Bobo Balde to punch clear
Supplies included a tin of bully beef, a tin of tea, sugar and ``a few handfuls of small biscuits of a cast iron texture.
Breakfast of bully beef and powdered eggs did not sit easily with those young men crossing the choppy Channel on the morning of June 6, 1944.
"But by now it was about 4.30pm and we were ordered to camp down, post sentries dig trenches and have some bully beef and biscuits.
The young Lieutenant Bradford asked for spare bully beef and money and permission to fall out of the ranks.
But from next month two per cent of all troops - about 4,000 - will march on lentils and tikka masala rather than bully beef and bacon.