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  • Bugles —   [englisch, bjuːgls], Bügelhörner …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Bugles — This is about the snack food; please see Bugle for other uses of this word. Bugles are a corn chip snack food from General Mills. They come in the following flavors: Chile Cheese, Nacho Cheese, Original, Sour Cream Onion, Salsa, Smokin BBQ,… …   Wikipedia

  • bugles — bu·gle || bjuːgl n. brass wind instrument (especially used for sounding military signals) v. play the bugle (brass instrument) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • The Silver Bugles (Band of the Somerset Army Cadet Force) — The Silver Bugles are the band of Somerset Army Cadet Force. Spanning from two detachments over two companies within the battalion they are one of the best Army Cadet bands in the country. They play at numerous events around the county. These… …   Wikipedia

  • Rusty Bugles — was a controversial Australian play written by Sumner Locke Elliott that toured extensively throughout Australia between 1948 1949 and achieved the notoriety of being closed down by the Chief Secretary s Office for obscenity. It was produced by… …   Wikipedia

  • No Banners, No Bugles — (New York: Dodd, Mead Company, 1949) is a book by Edward Ellsberg describing Ellsberg s activities as Principal Salvage Officer for Operation Torch during World War II. Like his book Under the Red Sea Sun about salvage work in Massawa earlier in… …   Wikipedia

  • Mighty Liberators Drum and Bugles Corps — The Mighty Liberators on the Steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC with U.S. Congressman Frank Horton in 1976. The Mighty Liberators Drum and Bugle Corps drum and bugle corps burst onto the Class A (one step below the most elite Open… …   Wikipedia

  • Corps of Drums — For the civilian marching bands, see Drum and bugle corps. A Corps of Drums is a type of military band, which originated in European armies in the 16th century. The main instruments of a Corps of Drums are the drum and the flute or fife. Unlike… …   Wikipedia

  • Military band — A military band (French Foreign Legion). A military band originally was a group of personnel that performs musical duties for military functions, usually for the armed forces. A typical military band consists mostly of wind and percussion… …   Wikipedia

  • Drum and bugle corps (classic) — Classic drum and bugle corps are North American musical ensembles that descended from military bugle and drum units returning from World War I and succeeding wars.[1] Traditionally, drum and bugle corps served as signaling units as early as… …   Wikipedia

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