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" the hips rather drawn back, and the breast advanced, but without constraint; the body straight and inclining forward, so that the weight of it may bear principally on the fore part of the feet; the head to be erect, and the eyes "
Field exercise and evolutions of infantry - Page xxiv
by War office - 1859
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Sinnott's Military catechism, adapted to the revised system of the 'Field ...

John Sinnott (adjutant, 47th regt.) - 1871
...breast is advanced but without coiistraint, the body straight and inclining forward so that its weight may bear principally on the fore part of the feet; the head is erect but not thrown back, the chin slightly drawn in, and the eyes looking straight to the front....
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Manual of field artillary exercises 1875,77

1875
...the hand open, thumb to the front and close to the forefinger, fingers lightly touching the thigh: the hips rather drawn back, and the breast advanced,...principally on the fore part of the feet; the head erect, but not thrown back, the chin slightly drawn in, and the eyes looking straight to the front....
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Manual of field artillary exercises 1875,77

1875
...the hand open, thumb to the front and close to the forefinger, fingers lightly touching the thigh: the hips rather drawn back, and the breast advanced,...principally on the fore part of the feet; the head erect, but not thrown back, the chin slightly drawn in, and the eyes looking straight to the front....
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Guide to the examinations for promotion of regimental officers in the infantry

1875
...lightly touching the thigh—hips rather drawn back—breast advanced, but without constraint—body straight and inclining forward, so that the weight...of it may bear principally on the fore part of the feet—-head erect, but not thrown back—chin slightly drawn in, and eyes looking straight to front....
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Guide to the examinations for promotion of regimental officers in the infantry

John Millar Bannatyne - 1880
...lightly touching the thigh—hips rather drawn back—breast advanced, but without constraint—body straight and inclining forward, so that the weight...of it may bear principally on the fore part of the feet—head erect, but not thrown back—chin slightly drawn in, and eyes looking straight to front....
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The Journal of the British Homoeopathic Society, Volume 3

British Homoeopathic Society - Homeopathy - 1895
...forefinger, the hips rather drawn back, and the breast advanced, but without constraint. The body should be straight and inclining forward, so that the weight...principally on the fore part of the feet ; the head erect, but not thrown back, the chin slightly drawn in." To read over this anomalous position strange...
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The Journal of State Medicine, Volume 12

1904
...should hang easily from the shoulder, elbows to the rear, slightly bent, the hand partially closed .... the hips rather drawn back, and the breast advanced, but without constraint. The body should be straight and inclining forward, so that the weight of it may bear principally on the forepart...
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Regulations for the instruction, formations, and movements of the ..., Volume 3

War office - 1865
...tlu- hand open, thumb to the front and close to the forefinger, fin^rm lightly touching the thigh ; the hips rather drawn back, and the breast advanced....principally on the fore part of the feet ; the head erect, but not thrown back, the chin slightly drawn in, and the eyes looking straight to the front....
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Regulations for the instruction, formations, and movements of the ..., Volume 2

1869
...constraint ; the body upright, but inclining forward, so that the weight of it may principally bear on the fore part of the feet ; the head to be erect, and neither turned to the right nor left. Open Interval, Is taken by each recruit stretching out his right...
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Regulations for the instruction, formations, and movements of the ..., Volume 1

1865 - 1972 pages
...constraint ; the body upright, but inclining forward, so that the weight of it may principally bear on the fore part of the feet ; the head to be erect, and neither turned to the right nor left. Open Interval, Is taken by each recruit stretching out his right...
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