on the battleground

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  • These events led to a match on the Battleground pre-show, where Cameron defeated Naomi after a controversial finish.
  • His body was easily found, his burial place having been carefully marked by members of the Second Minnesota who arrived on the battleground a short time after the battle. Cited from Reminiscences of Pioneer Days in St. Paul, by Frank Moore
  • The practice started during the American Civil War or maybe earlier as a means of identifying the bodies on the battleground before they were removed.
  • During battles he would fight the enemies with his soldiers on the battleground, while he often attributed victories to his subordinates, therefore his soldiers were very loyal to him.
  • American Horse's squaws and children were allowed to remain on the battleground after the dusky hero's death, and subsequently fell into the hands of their own people.
  • The legend is that, as he lay dead on the battleground his comrades picked wild flowers and covered his remains with the flowers before they retreated as they didn't have enough time to bury him.
  • The graves were everywhere -- mile after mile, on the slopes of the hills and in the fields and the valleys, though still on the battleground my friend had work to do. Cited from The Soul of the War, by Philip Gibbs, Intro. by Anthony Langley
  • During the Franco-Prussian War, while still a resident, he saved a large convoy and was decorated on the battleground at Metz.
  • Their mass meetings proved failures, notably one on the battleground of Niagara, but they endeavored to atone for these discouraging events by a profuse distribution of popular literature. Cited from Perley's Reminiscences, Vol. 1-2, by Benjamin Perley Poore
  • According to Sansovino the French King Louis XII sent out to search for the body of Monte on the battleground to have him buried with royal honours.
  • After Duryodhana has fallen, Bhima is carried away hurriedly by the other Pandavas, and Duryodhana is left on the battleground.
  • While it lacks the level of firepower used by the original Deadly Dudely models, it is still a powerhouse and a formidable opponent on the battleground.
  • These events led to a match between Naomi and Cameron on the Battleground pre-show, which Cameron won after she grabbed Naomi's thigh-high socks.
  • Gawain, brave and illustrious, seeks no repose on the battleground, but spurs and rides forward, endeavouring as best he may to win honour in the fray, if he can find an opponent. Cited from Four Arthurian Romances, by Chretien DeTroyes
  • In 1974, People magazine wrote that she was "The biggest, loudest and, indisputably, the rudest mouth on the battleground."
  • However, Brainiac-13 appeared on the battleground with Warworld, and absorbed the Imperiex energies, vowing to use them to rule everything.
  • The granting of a battlefield commission has its historical predecessor in the medieval practice of the knighting or ennoblement of a plebeian combatant on the battleground for demonstration of heroic qualities in an exceptional degree.
  • The disabled A-22, A-36 and A-24 were left abandoned on the battleground, while A-31, although heavily damaged, was able to pull back.
  • Ayham Kamel, a Middle East analyst, analyzed that the Syrian Army used Baba Amr to send the message that it was still the dominant force on the battleground.
  • The German commander August von Mackensen himself erected a monument on the battleground commemorating the city's zealous defenders; it still stands to this day and is inscribed with the words "Here Rest Serbian Heroes" in German and Serbian.