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Army Lt. Many also called on Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, who has been largely silent on the rapid deployment of more than 7, active-duty troops to stop Central American migrants from entering the country, to step up and say something. Martin Dempsey, said in a tweet.
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Specialized lexis used by American military personnel includes an official technolect, technical nomenclatures, tactical codes, as well as an abundant, diversified jargon. The latter is spontaneously created by the members of military units, and relies on several lexicogenic matrices, which we attempt to classify in this study by reformulating available descriptions of lexicogenic mechanisms. Metaphors and abbreviations account for a significant proportion of the items in our dataset.
Originally published in the March issue. Kids from the suburbs don't really join the military. At least not where I'm from.