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" When steady, on the word Rear, the left foot will be brought gently back (without a jerk), till the toe is in line with the right heel, the left knee a little bent. The left foot in this position will not be so flat as when in front; the toe "
Field exercise and evolutions of infantry - Page 8
by War office - 1859
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Field Exercise and Evolutions of the Army

Great Britain. Army, Henry Whitelock Torrens - 1824 - 335 pages
...gently back (without a jerk), the left knee a little bent, the left toe brought close to the right heel. The left foot in this position will not be so flat as to the front, as the toe will be a . little depressed. When steady, the word Front will be given as...
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Exercises for ladies; calculated to preserve and improve beauty

Donald Walker - 1836
...gently back (without a jerk), the left knee a little bent, the left toe brought close to the right heel. The left foot in this position will not be so flat as when in front, as the toe will be a little depressed. When steady, the words Front and Rear will be given alternately,...
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Walker's Manly exercises. Revised by 'Craven'.

Donald Walker, John William Carleton - 1840
...gently back (without a jerk), the left knee a little bent, the left toe brought close to the right heel. The left foot in this position will not be so flat as to the front, as the toe will be a little depressed. Halt—To prevent fatigue, the word Halt will...
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Defensive exercises; comprising wrestling, boxing, &c

Donald Walker - 1840
...gently back (without a jerk), the left knee a little bent, the left toe brought close to the right heel. The left foot, in this position, will not be so flat as to the front, as the toe will be a little depressed. Front.—Halt.—When steady, the word Front will...
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A New System of Broad and Small Sword Exercise, Comprising the Broad Sword ...

Fencing - 1843 - 119 pages
...back, (without a jerk,) the left knee a little bent, the left toe brought close to the right heel. The left foot, in this position, will not be so flat as to the front, as the toe will be a little depressed. Front.—The left foot is brought gently forward,...
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Regulations for the instruction, formations, and movements of the cavalry ...

Army - 1844
...gently back (without a jerk), the left knee a little bent, the left too brought close to the right heel. The left foot in this position will not be so flat as to the front, as the toe will be a little depressed. When steady, the words "Front" and "Rear" will...
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The volunteers' handbook

War office - 1859
...right foot. At the word "Rear," when steady, the left foot is brought gently back (without a jerk), the left knee a little bent; the left foot in this position will not be so flat as to the front, as the toe will be a little depressed. When steady, the word " Front" will be given as...
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A manual of drill, prepared for the use of the county and district ...

Manual - 1860
...and parallel to it; the left heel in line with the right toe. tear. When steady, on the word Bear, the left foot will be brought gently back (without...position will not be so flat as when in front; the toe will be a little depressed. Front. When steady, the words Front and Bear will be Bear, repeated several...
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A manual of drill, prepared for the use of the county and district ...

Manual - 1862
...about three inches from the ground and parallel to it; the left heel in line with the right toe. Rear. When steady, on the word Rear, the left foot will...position will not be so flat as when in front; the toe will be a little depressed. Front. When steady, the words Front and Rear will be Rear, repeated several...
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A manual of drill and sword exercise, prepared for the use of the county and ...

Metropolitan police - 1868
...about three inches from the ground and parallel to it; the left heel in line with the right toe. Hear. When steady, on the word Rear, the left foot will...position will not be so flat as when in front; the toe will be a little depressed. Front. When steady, the words Front and Bear will be Rear. repeated several...
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