regiment vs regimen

regiment regimen

Definitions

  • 1) military An army unit, larger than a company, but smaller than a division, consisting of at least two battalions, normally commanded by a colonel. Traditionally, multiple regiments are organized into brigades or divisions.
  • 2) A large group of people.
  • 3) A military unit of ground troops consisting of at least two battalions, usually commanded by a colonel.
  • 4) obsolete A region or district governed.
  • 5) (Mil.) A body of men, either horse, foot, or artillery, commanded by a colonel, and consisting of a number of companies, usually ten.
  • 6) obsolete Government; mode of ruling; rule; authority; regimen.
  • 7) (Mil.), [Eng.] a regiment organized for general service; -- in distinction from those (as the Life Guards) whose duties are usually special.
  • 8) army unit smaller than a division
  • 9) Rule of diet; regimen.
  • 10) Rule; government; authority.
  • 11) Milit., a body of soldiers, consisting of one or more battalions of infantry, or of several squadrons of cavalry, commanded by a colonel, or of a certain division of artillery.
  • 12) A district ruled; a kingdom.
  • 13) transitive To form soldiers into a regiment.
  • 14) transitive To systematize, or put in rigid order.
  • 15) subject to rigid discipline, order, and systematization
  • 16) assign to a regiment
  • 17) form (military personnel) into a regiment
  • 18) To form (troops) into a regiment or regiments.
  • 19) To put (things) into systematic order.
  • 20) To subject (people) to strict control and rigid order.
  • 21) To form into a regiment or into regiments.
  • 22) To form into classified units or bodies; to systematize according to classes, districts or the like.
  • 23) To organize and manage in a uniform and rigid manner; to control with a strict discipline.

Definitions

  • 1) Any regulation or remedy which is intended to produce beneficial effects by gradual operation.
  • 2) Orderly government; system of order; administration.
  • 3) grammar A syntactical relation between words, as when one depends on another and is regulated by it in respect to case or mood; government.
  • 4) Archaic Governmental rule or control.
  • 5) A regulated system, as of medication, diet, or exercise, used to promote health or treat illness or injury.
  • 6) A systematic way of managing something.
  • 7) A procedure, program, or routine.
  • 8) A syntactical relation between words, as when one depends on another and is regulated by it in respect to case or mood; government.
  • 9) (Med.) Any regulation or remedy which is intended to produce beneficial effects by gradual operation.
  • 10) The word or words governed.
  • 11) Orderly government; system of order; adminisration.
  • 12) (medicine) a systematic plan for therapy (often including diet)
  • 13) In zoology, habit or mode of life with regard to eating; choice of food; dietetics: as, an animal or a vegetable regimen; carnivorous regimen.
  • 14) Orderly government or system; system of order; government; control.
  • 15) In physical geography, the physical characteristics of a river, especially of a graded river; also, the condition of a river or current when it does not actively build up or wear down its course; in general, grade. See the extract.
  • 16) Any regulation or remedy which is intended to produce beneficial effects by gradual operation; specifically, in medicine, the regulation of diet, exercise, etc., with a view to the preservation or restoration of health, or for the attainment of a determinate result; a course of living according to certain rules: sometimes used as equivalent to hygiene, but most commonly used as a synonym for diet, 2.
  • 17) In grammar: Government; the control which one word exercises over the form of another in connection with it.
  • 18) The word or words so governed.

Examples

  • 1) My company commander was a character that came to our battalion from the Parachute regiment.
  • 2) Suddenly my life was regimented and had discipline.
  • 3) It has to do with the fact that we are formed from county regiments.
  • 4) Aztec warriors were organized into regiments and groups distinguished by their distinctive dress.
  • 5) Such practice used to be common in some British regiments.
  • 6) Only five other regiments in the British army hold this particular honour.
  • 7) This man was from a Scottish regiment.
  • 8) What happened in 1992 was that a new regiment was formed from the forced amalgamation of two others.
  • 9) It is quite wrong to suggest that the Scottish regiments might have a loyalty other than to their sovereign.
  • 10) The basic tactical and administrative units of those forces were the regiment and troop for the cavalry and the battalion and company for the foot.
  • 11) We'll have to form regiments.
  • 12) When York received these men he did not form them into new regiments but used them to form second battalions for existing regiments.
  • 13) It is easy to spot a regular regiment from a TA one.
  • 14) All of these Highland regiments in British service were run and organised against the backdrop of clan and family.
  • 15) When all British infantry regiments wore red jackets, the collars and cuffs were turned back to show the regimental facing colour.
  • 16) Your men have behaved most admirably and have proven themselves to be the best disciplined and well mannered regiment in the British Army.
  • 17) Or observe how, on one day of the year in some military regiments, the officers serve the men in the canteen.
  • 18) But surviving that was only the beginning for this RAF regiment fighter.
  • 19) Think again, members of the general staff, and this time use as your premise the preservation of those regiments and battalions which you propose to remove.
  • 20) The future of the TA's two special forces regiments was also secured after fears last year that one would be sacrificed to save money.
  • 21) The Legion was therefore not equivalent to what we call a regiment, inasmuch as it contained troops of all arms, infantry, cavalry, and, when military engines were extensively employed, artillery also.
  • 22) Army Cavalry regiment is a mechanized and not aviation unit.
  • 23) The artillery support for this regiment is called light … which means 57mm field guns, firing over open sights.
  • 24) The goal with any fitness & health regiment is to maximize your RESULTS in the shortest amount of time possible, have fun doing it & reach your goals!
  • 25) The picture above depicts the "Garnison" or Garrison in English regiment GRIII, which was stationed in Colberg, in Pommerania.
  • 26) NNN this case, the 290th Recon regiment is a Radar unit.
  • 27) This regiment is mindful of the fact that in order to justify the confidence of those set in authority over us, it must strive in the future to measure up to an exacting standard of readiness.
  • 28) On her own authority, she calls a regiment of which she is chief, to
  • 29) We accounted for two of the tin-plate men, and so many of the thing they call a regiment that the others took to flight.
  • 30) ‘Commander of the regiment Lieutenant Colonel James Cowan said the deaths of the men were a painful blow but that the Black Watch would not be deterred from carrying out their fight against terrorists.’
  • 31) ‘By this time, I had become the executive officer of the regiment, a lieutenant colonel and all that.’
  • 32) ‘Hoon has signalled that he will not block plans to turn all 19 of the army's oldest free-standing regiments into battalions in regional super-regiments.’
  • 33) ‘It was during the 1939-45 war, that the Royal Marines took on a commando role, linking the regiment to the Army Commandos that already existed.’
  • 34) ‘In his last letter home, Price remembers that his regimental commander assembled the regiment on V-E Day and gave a wonderful speech.’
  • 35) ‘Lieutenant Colonel Nick Welch, the regiment's commanding officer, is disappointed at the split but told the Journal he believed the changes would prove beneficial in the long run.’
  • 36) ‘The six Scottish infantry regiments currently have a complement of 2,874 soldiers, which is 386 under strength.’
  • 37) ‘Without delay he joined a Bavarian infantry regiment and served at the front as a message runner.’
  • 38) ‘Steele also hopes to persuade young Scots now living in London to think of joining a Scottish regiment.’
  • 39) ‘In 1915 he joined an artillery regiment, and died soon after, following a fall from a horse.’
  • 40) ‘The unique qualities of the Scottish regiments have not been lost on the Americans.’
  • 41) ‘Former Scottish soldiers gather in Dundee to protest against the government's plans to amalgamate Scots regiments.’
  • 42) ‘I would agree that there is such a culture in the parachute regiment.’
  • 43) ‘The Royal Scots, the army's oldest regiment, is on precarious ground.’
  • 44) ‘They formed elite regiments within the British Indian army, and then the British army.’
  • 45) ‘Collectively this team have more gongs than entire British regiments.’
  • 46) ‘The Yorkshire Hussars were the county's oldest territorial regiment, and were ranked third in seniority in the country.’
  • 47) ‘Instead, he returned home, but even then he decided to rejoin his regiment.’
  • 48) ‘He said merging the regiments would bring stability to the army.’
  • 49) ‘His Royal Warwickshire regiment cap badge features the antelope which was the regiment's mascot.’
  • 50) ‘Included in the tank groups of close infantry support were regiments of self-propelled artillery that were to follow the attacking tanks and support them with the fire from their cannons.’
  • 51) ‘To accomplish this, the regiment can operate over a beach or through a port.’
  • 52) ‘He visited the Royal College of Defence Studies in England, and in 1964 was commissioned to an artillery regiment as an officer.’
  • 53) ‘UK photoreconnaissance missions did not locate the armored regiment for at least several weeks after Operation Vantage started.’
  • 54) ‘The land forces are organised into British, Austrian and French divisions, all of which contain recreations of the original infantry, cavalry and artillery regiments that fought during the Napoleonic wars.’
  • 55) ‘Several artillery regiments in Hackensack and Ridgefield Park were shelling zombie positions in Englewood and the Teaneck gold course, but the armory's fate was dismal.’
  • 56) ‘In 1918 he was sent to north Italy in an artillery regiment and he was there at the end of the war, becoming a prisoner of the Italians in Cassino.’
  • 57) ‘In December 1942 non-divisional regiments of anti-aircraft artillery and field artillery were converted into separate battalions.’
  • 58) ‘Troop reinforcements from three Royal Artillery regiments were laying thousands of sandbags alongside the River Ouse between Barlby Crescent and Landing Lane in a race against time to stop the bank bursting.’
  • 59) ‘The Third Artillery and the Montana regiment suffered moderate casualties, but they managed to take the hill.’
  • 60) ‘Her husband is also on active military service with the 9th artillery regiment.’
  • 61) ‘Drafted into the Polish army Majer was commended as a first class soldier in the heavy artillery regiment.’
  • 62) ‘Several armored cavalry regiments (brigade equivalents) could be kept as independent units.’
  • 63) ‘Thus, several motorized rifle regiments were in fact comprised of two motorized rifle battalions.’
  • 64) ‘Australia needs new main battle tanks to ensure that the armoured regiment has the proper tools to accomplish its role.’
  • 65) ‘Local authorities responded by mobilising paramilitary police units and deploying a tank regiment onto the streets.’
  • 66) ‘The Catholics took over Rostrevor so, to prevent a clash, the Government sent a regiment of soldiers.’
  • 67) ‘For example, a 1941-type rifle division included two artillery regiments.’
  • 68) ‘Stuart Hills, a British officer with an armoured regiment, finished the war deep in Germany.’
  • 69) ‘The British army is among those which have retained the term squadron to describe subunits of armoured regiments.’
  • 70) ‘Yes, it was easy and unisex, but it was also wet, greasy, required a regiment of malodorous chemicals for upkeep and extensive processing, and looked just plain weird on most.’
  • 71) ‘On the rim of one stands a regiment of demons, shoulder to shoulder, constantly using their pitchforks to smack down the sinners who are trying to escape.’
  • 72) ‘Over the years our Dales Folk articles have highlighted a veritable regiment of people who, for one reason or another, have played an important part in Craven society.’
  • 73) ‘A contest, moreover, that only attracts Sky and the other broadcasters because two giants amid a regiment of midgets attract a huge support at home and abroad.’
  • 74) ‘It took a few moments for me to remember I was in New Zealand and that the dreary sourcebook of my drug-crazed hippie nights had been filmed there and won a regiment of Oscars.’
  • 75) ‘This Santa is as fat and jolly as he needs to be, and really is a good guy, but he also has a regiment of armed-to-the-teeth elves to defend his high-tech Polar home.’
  • 76) ‘Bursting with pride, he showed us a regiment of small pots in the greenhouse - he had decided to become pro-active with tomatoes.’
  • 77) ‘A couple of months ago he had an office the size of a tennis court, with huge windows, where he was attended by a small regiment of special advisers, secretaries and press officers.’
  • 78) ‘The Pysch-war boys may say it would most likely reduce their morale but I didn't agree, we could just be making an entire regiment of martyrs.’
  • 79) ‘She's amused by all the intimations that her new husband has partied down with what may be a regiment of loose women.’
  • 80) ‘A grey drizzle filled the valley, obliterated the mountains and separated the receding regiment of trees into saw-edged platoons.’
  • 81) ‘A regiment of armed Reaper guards in full hooded cybernetic armor stand and await the emergence of the prisoners.’
  • 82) ‘They are a perfect 17-0, which is more than can be said for the opinion polls or the collected wisdom of the capital's regiment of pundits.’
  • 83) ‘The surprise is that it took me until this morning to realise that my overall lethargy and turgid headache were probably more to do with caffeine withdrawal than the regiments of lymphocytes still engaged on mopping up operations inside.’
  • 84) ‘Hooker maintains that episcopacy is the norm for ecclesiastical regiment and all must be prepared to accept it and remain obedient to episcopal authority.’
  • 85) ‘"Never underestimate that monstrous regiment of women ", I said.’
  • 86) ‘Protestant reformer John Knox may be spinning in his grave, having famously hit out at ‘the monstrous regiment of women’.’
  • 87) ‘It was from this cathedral that John Knox thundered against the ‘monstrous regiment of women’ in the shape of the beauteous Mary Queen of Scots.’
  • 88) ‘‘Never underestimate that monstrous regiment of women’, I said.’
  • 89) ‘He organized a strictly regimented social order, with engineers and designers at the top and workers at the bottom.’
  • 90) ‘Most of the system is regimented, from repetitive drills on communication skills to tutorials on software development.’
  • 91) ‘In Richmond, Virginia's Chimborazo Hospital, male administrators used the clock to regiment sleep patterns and meal times.’
  • 92) ‘The day is strictly regimented, beginning at 4.30 am and ending around 9pm after the last choral prayer service.’
  • 93) ‘Priests and monks had to follow a strictly regimented set of activities every day.’
  • 94) ‘The solution is to avoid regimenting the educational and vocational training system.’
  • 95) ‘I was an artist, but I hated taking art class, it was too regimented and too regulated, I thought art should be more free and unrestrained, so I never took an art class.’
  • 96) ‘Our current regimented method of marching kids through a series of fixed time length classes strikes me as a hold-over from the factory era.’
  • 97) ‘They must be regulated, regimented and controlled - for their own good.’
  • 98) ‘There is a very strictly regimented regime within the social hierarchy of those cows.’
  • 99) ‘Surely gardening is not about military precision and strictly regimented spaces?’
  • 100) ‘The practice among surgical staff members of scrubbing the hands before surgery has been highly regimented and ritualized.’
  • 101) ‘Organized sports are more common now, but play has become more regimented and restricted.’
  • 102) ‘On the other hand, procedures that are too regimented can hold back the development of a new venture.’
  • 103) ‘He dealt with it in the way coaches deal with everything, in a very regimented way.’
  • 104) ‘Cadet time is carefully regimented, but 200 of the 1,000 cadets remained one hour beyond the scheduled lecture to hear the old warrior's remarks.’
  • 105) ‘One of its primary functions is to regiment men by force, to make them as much alike as possible and as dependent upon one another as possible, to search out and combat originality among them.’
  • 106) ‘Given that you're in a prisoner of war camp, life is regimented, to say the least.’
  • 107) ‘For example, the General Fitness program is an intense, regimented boot camp program.’

Examples

  • 1) Has your beauty regimen changed since stepping into the limelight?
  • 2) So controlling stress is crucial for any fitness regimen.
  • 3) Is this new exercise regimen a reaction to getting on a bit in model terms?
  • 4) Is your diet as virtuous as your exercise regimen?
  • 5) All these symptoms are allayed by my new strict diet regimen.
  • 6) Is that the sum total of your exercise regimen?
  • 7) One of the benefits of your exercise regimen will soon show itself to be improved joint and muscle flexibility.
  • 8) What is your daily regimen like?
  • 9) In June came evidence in favour of a more extreme liquid diet regimen.
  • 10) Her daily regimen is said to include meditation, yoga and prayer.
  • 11) It's tempting to let your fitness regimen go to pot as the party season kicks in.
  • 12) His fitness regimen also included visits to the gymnasium, housed in its own outbuilding.
  • 13) Use your willpower: treat this new eating regimen like army drill or marathon training.
  • 14) The new regimen Sunday supper is sacrosanct.
  • 15) A healthy diet is likely to be at the core of any new year regimen.
  • 16) She insists to friends that she has no particular diet regimen, just iron discipline and a punishing workload.
  • 17) Fill up on the wrong foods at the wrong times and you won't get the best from your fitness regimen.
  • 18) What about your beauty regimen?
  • 19) I use dance moves as part of my exercise regimen, though.
  • 20) For example, one man said that when he gets especially busy, he lets his exercise regimen suffer.
  • 21) It's a phenomenon familiar to women, some of whom will switch the ratio of their fitness regimen to avoid it.
  • 22) When I was sent away on summer camp, it was like a daily regimen of humiliation.
  • 23) This regimen is the most simple and requires minimal bookkeeping.
  • 24) Claiming the only way she can stick to a fitness regimen is by making exercise enjoyable, she said using a hoop to tone her tummy is her current favorite.
  • 25) ‘The mainstay of initial treatment is a structured regimen of physical therapy.’
  • 26) ‘To date, long-term medical therapies and regimens have not been effective in treating morbid obesity.’
  • 27) ‘This includes dieting, exercise regimens, psychotherapy, or prescription medications.’
  • 28) ‘Trials of anti-inflammatory treatment regimens for sepsis have had few successes.’
  • 29) ‘We also determined the costs of these treatment regimens to the NHS.’
  • 30) ‘Continuous combined hormone replacement therapy regimens are safe and effective in the short term treatment of postmenopausal women’
  • 31) ‘Health officials have announced that they will re-evaluate the treatment regimen of ribavirin and steroids.’
  • 32) ‘Treatments included standard regimens of whole brain radiation and/or chemotherapy.’
  • 33) ‘The CDC provided two treatment regimens for extended protection against anthrax.’
  • 34) ‘Treatment with standard regimens is highly effective even in this immunocompromised population.’
  • 35) ‘All treatment regimens were generally well tolerated.’
  • 36) ‘Many clinicians have tailored patient treatment regimens through hemodynamic monitoring.’
  • 37) ‘Our secondary hypothesis was that relapse rates would be same in the two treatment regimens.’
  • 38) ‘The physician needs to consider a number of factors in choosing a treatment regimen for the patient with acne.’
  • 39) ‘Not all patients will be able to achieve the goal of durable viral suppression, and treatment regimens need to be individualized.’
  • 40) ‘The authors concluded that no significant difference in adverse events was evident among the various treatment regimens.’
  • 41) ‘They may try to hide their symptoms and not stick to treatment regimens.’
  • 42) ‘However, the ideal regimen and duration of treatment have not yet been resolved.’
  • 43) ‘HRT therapy is one of the most commonly prescribed drug regimens for postmenopausal women in the United States.’
  • 44) ‘The same trials also revealed that 96 percent of women on the regimen would recommend its use to others.’
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