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Example Sentences for "veteran"

The veteran players on the team are very important in helping new players adjust to the pressures of professional sportsMy grandfather is a veteran of the Second World War.

The veteran players on the team are very important in helping new players adjust to the pressures of professional sports.

He's a veteran politician who has been in over 10 federal campaigns.

Some of the veterans of the Gulf War are suffering the effects of chemical warfare.

Many of our nation's veterans of the First and Second World Wars are living in nursing homes.

The veterans marched proudly in the parade to the applause of the spectators.

A number of Canadian veterans of the Second World War visit Holland on a regular basis, where they continue to be welcomed as heroes.

In 1966, Yang Shangkun, a veteran of the Long March with Mao Zedong, became a victim of the Cultural Revolution when he was sentenced to 12 years in prison.

The actress was a veteran of the stage and television before making her first feature film in 1994.

Our cat is an old, scarred veteran of countless fights with the other cats around the neighborhood.

There are not many veterans of the First World War still left alive in this country.

Max Cleland once said that within the soul of each Vietnam veteran there is probably something that says Bad war, good soldier.

In 1987, a number of leading veteran revolutionaries, including Deng Xiao-Ping, stepped down from the Communist Party's guiding Central Committee in China.

The last surviving veteran of the American Civil War died in 1959 at the age of 117.


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