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Use "artilleryman" in a sentence
"Or the Polish artilleryman and freedom fighter Teofil Lapinsky, known to the Caucasians as Teffik Bey, who snuck into the mountains to attack the Russian invaders in the late 1850s."
"In the earlier chapters, there's a fixation with circumstantial detail - especially of the geography of Surrey - which gives the whole narrative an immediacy which is curiously intensified as the conflict goes on and fewer and fewer characters get names - "the artilleryman", "the curate", and rather oddly to today's reader, "my wife"."
"Department of Veterans Affairs that he served as a paratrooper and artilleryman during the war and was injured multiple times."