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THE FOUNDRY

that his plates of meat don't touch the ground once in five hundred yards. Stone me definitely blind ! Standat Hoooease ! Now, when I says Stand Easy, stay where you are but let all your muscles relax. Stand ... easy ! And when I say Squad, tense up again, stand properly at ease. Squad. As you were ! Squad! Just tense yourselves back to the At Ease. All right, stand easy and rest for a minute."
" Please, Sergeant, a dog is instinctive," says Bates.
" Shullup ! Are you out of your mind? Whaddaya mean, a dog? Who asked anything about dogs? Insubordination, eh? Insolence, eh? Shullup! . . . " Sergeant Nelson looks to Heaven and says: "All these years have I lived, and it seems like a thousand years; and never, definitely never, have I heard such a load of Sweet Fanny Adams as this horrible man comes out with. Gord forgive him. He's mental. ... Now, about saluting. They're pretty hot on saluting in the Brigade of Guards. I don't care what they do in the Boy Scouts or the Church Lads' Brigade or the W.A.A.C.S. or the A.T.S., or the Salvation Army. Here, saluting being a matter of discipline and proper courtesy and respect, they are hot on it, and rightly so. Thus, whenever you see an officer approaching you, you will salute ... head up, chin in, shoulders back, hand in line with the forearm, thumb pressed close against the edge of the hand, fingers all close together; the whole to come up like a steel spring, so that the right forefinger rests one inch above the right eyebrow.
" Now .."

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