Corps

A Corps is a term used to describe a collection of Regiments or small groupings of soldiers that share a common area of specialist expertise. It is an organisation that has been developed to ensure that common practice is generated across all members of the groupings and to ensure that common interests can be catered for efficiently.

Corps

A corps (ɔər `core`; the plural is spelled the same as singular but pronounced z `cores`; from French, from the Latin corpus `body`) is an organized body of people. It may be: ==Military formation== In many armies, a corps is a battlefield formation composed of two or more divisions, and typically commanded by a lieutenant general. During ...
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CORPS

The CORPS game system, or Complete Omniversal Role Playing System, is a generic role-playing game system. It was created by Greg Porter in 1990. When the game was first published, it was available in game stores and conventions. Beginning in 2003, Blacksburg Tactical Research Center ended publication of CORPS books and related materials. They are ...
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Corps

• (n. sing. & pl.) The human body, whether living or dead. • (n. sing. & pl.) A body of men; esp., an organized division of the military establishment; as, the marine corps; the corps of topographical engineers; specifically, an army corps. • (n. sing. & pl.) A body or code of laws. • (n. sing. & pl.) The land with which a prebe...
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corps

army corps noun an army unit usually consisting of two or more divisions and their support
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Corps

Corps (kōr, plural kōrz) noun sing. & plural [ French, from Latin corpus body. See Corpse .] 1. The human body, whether living or dead. [ Obsolete] See Corpse , 1. « By what craft in my corps , it cometh [ commences] and where. Piers ...
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Corps

Corps noun [ German ] In some countries of Europe, a form of students' social society binding the members to strict adherence to certain student customs and its code of honor; -- German spelling usually korps .
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corps

a body of people associated together
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corps

Military formation consisting of two to five divisions. Its strength is between 50,000 and 120,000 people. All branches of the army are represented. A corps is commanded by a lieutenant general or,...
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Corps

Military formation of 2 or 3 divisions commanded by a general.
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corps

[n] - a body of people associated together 2. [n] - an army unit usually consisting of two or more divisions
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