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- The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
- constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
- The composition or constitution of something
- constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
- makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
- Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
- An implement with a handle, consisting of bristles, hair, or wire set into a block, used for cleaning or scrubbing, applying a liquid or powder to a surface, arranging the hair, or other purposes
- (brush) an implement that has hairs or bristles firmly set into a handle
- (brush) a dense growth of bushes
- An act of sweeping, applying, or arranging with such an implement or with one's hand
- A thin stick set with long wire bristles, used to make a soft hissing sound on drums or cymbals
- (brush) rub with a brush, or as if with a brush; "Johnson brushed the hairs from his jacket"
- 101 is a live album and documentary by Depeche Mode released in 1989 chronicling the final leg of the band's Music for the Masses Tour and the final show at the Pasadena Rose Bowl.
- Denoting an introductory course at college or university in the subject specified
- hundred and one: being one more than one hundred
- Year 101 (CI) was a common year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
- Denoting the elementary or basic facts associated with the field or subject specified
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It was midnight when we came downstairs. The innkeeper was on her stool behind the counter and watching TV dramas. She muted the volume and set the Pomeranian she was carrying on the floor when she saw us. “Have you guys had dinner yet?” she said.
“Not yet, we were tired and overslept. So we’re going out now,” Anne said.
“You guys are eating so late.”she said. She had a cheeky grin on her face.
I had already gone outside the put my shoes on.
“Are you guys going to close and lock the front door soon?” Anne said.
“Don’t worry about it. I’m just wondering what’s open at this time. You can try the dumpling shop. I think I overheard my husband telling you about it earlier. It’s open until one.”
“We’ll probably go there then.”
The innkeeper scooped the dog up and returned to the TV. She waved at us as Anne joined me on the porch.
“Did you see her face? She was smiling the entire time.”
“God, it’s so embarrassing. My hair’s a complete mess. I don’t want to imagine what she thinks about us now..”
"Who cares." I smoothed the stray strands at the back of her head and didn’t mention that her eyes were glazed and red.
The woman was watching us from inside the inn.
“It’s a hostel in a resort town. Couples come here. What do to they expect?” I said.
“It doesn’t matter. It’s awkward. They’re so...nice. I feel like I’m staying they’re my cousins here.”
“Well, it seems she enjoys being around the young love.”
She zipped my jacket up, button the top flap, and looped her arm through mind. “What do you usually do when you’re walking like this,” she asked.
“I put my hands in my pocket if I’m wearing a jacket or coat. It feels more natural this way. Otherwise, I’d feel like I’m walking you into a ballroom.”
“This entire island is a ballroom.”
She carried the tom boy look naturally. I thought of the TV dramas: if I was on the school baseball team and she was the manager, I’d undoubtedly fall in love.
We passed by a local bar on the way. Bright neon lights hung above the door and around the window. I could see a few of the people sitting at the bar counter.
“We should get a drink later,” I said.
“It’s probably full of middle aged men who look like my dad. Do you really want to take me to this kind of place.”
“Hmm. I guess not.”
All I wanted was to just go to a bar together. We had talked about drinking often. Now, physically in the same place, it was always me who drank as she watched.
“It’s too weird,” she said.
“You know what they call it back home? Slumming.”
“And what’s that?”
“When outsiders like us go to local bars like this and pretend we belong.”
The crowd at the dumpling restaurant was in full effect. Women with maroon aprons and handkerchiefs tied over their hair were working an assembly line of dough, pork stuffing, soup, and steaming. It was quite a sight; we were in the presence of masters at work.
We found a seat against the wall. Even at this late hour, there were plenty of people out. I thought about the afternoon before we got to the that food vendor block. Where did they all go during the daytime?
“How many do you want to get?” Anne said.
“I don’t know. What do they sell them in?”
“You can have 20. You can have 40. Or you can have 60.”
“Why’s it all so cheap?” I had no problems with reading numbers.
“Local places are like this.”
I returned to the fantasy I had earlier about living together and opening up a hostel of our own in some small town like this.
“Do you think we blend in with the rest of the people here?” I said.
“Just look at us.”
I looked at the couple next to our table. Skinny in the way that is only natural for Asian people in Asia. Yellow converses. Shorts. Make up was used to make the girl’s eyes appear extra large; a Taiwanese style of attractiveness. At the table behind Anne, there were two tan dark skinned men with dirty fisherman caps and boots. They had the kind of jackets, the ones with the faint crest line across the top of the back, that made you think of warehouses and docks.
“I guess not then.”
“They probably think we’re Koreans. Or Japanese.”
“Especially you. You’re looking pale,” I said.
We sipped red tea until our food arrived. The red tea, too, was amazingly cheap.
“My god...” I said.
An explosion in my mouth.
“It’s soooo good. Even the noodles too,” she said. She put a hand to her cheek as she chewed and swallowed. “I can have 20 of them by myself.”
This was one of the more memorable moments we had: eating dumplings late at night together while contemplating whether we were Chinese enough to blend into rural Taiwan. One from Hong Kong. One from America.
I felt good watching her gorge herself. She seemed to really enjoy it. I liked to see people pleased when they're eating.
“I’m sorry if you no longer think I’m elegant and lady-like,” she said.
“Maybe, but I like this side of you more.
Band of Brothers: The La Fiere Bridge over the Merderet River
This isn't an Easy Company 506th site, but this set is dedicated to all of the paratroopers, and I think you'll be interested in this.
In this picture, I'm standing on the La Fiere Bridge over the Merderet River, about 1-2 km west of Ste Mere Eglise. On D-Day, this field was flooded. The Germans had jammed the lock on a dam to flood a lot of fields that were potential airborne landing site.
One thing I learned about the consequence is visible in this picture. If you were a paratrooper and you landed in that field, you were in about three feet of water. If you landed in the river, you were in over your head. I read the account of one trooper who landed in the river and had to use his Mae West life preserver to surface. Then as he gasped for air, he had to cut himself out of his harness with his knife, then was able to drag himself to safety. Another account I read was about a trooper who landed in this field, and wind gusts blew him, face down (so he was drowning) across the field until he was able to turn over and get out of his chute.
The Germans were massed to the left of the river, and a small contingent of men from the 82nd Airborne and the 505th of the 101st formed a defense on the right side. They were there for one job: prevent the Germans from counterattacking with armor across the Merderet and hitting the paratroops from their left flank (Ste Mere Eglise would have been totally exposed if they didn't hold this bridge. At first, they had rifles, carbines and a light mortar, and then they got more equipment. Here are some downloads I clipped from the internet to illustrate
La Fiere Bridge: D-Day June 6, 1944
Around 1:00 a.m. on June 6, 1944, Marcus Heim jumped out of a C-47 transport plane over Normandy, France. Heim was part of A Company, 505, their specific objective was to seize and hold the La Fiere Bridge over the Merderet River until reinforcements from the amphibious portion of the Allied invasion arrived.
"In all of the airborne operations of the ETO, the Merderet Bridgehead was the one attended by the greatest difficulty and hardships of the individual assemblies … these conditions so frequently brought forth the finest characteristics of the American soldier." - S L A Marshall
Enclosed are Marcus Heim’s recollections of June 6. That day, their small four-man team set up a roadblock next to the La Fiere Bridge and was responsible for repelling several powerful German counter attacks.
I landed about twenty-five feet from a road and before I could get my rifle assembled, I heard a motorcycle approaching. I remained still as I did not have time to assemble my rifle, and watched two German soldiers pass by. After they passed and I had my rifle together I found other paratroopers and our equipment bundle and set off for the bridge over the Merderet River. We were to hold the bridge until the soldiers who landed on the beach arrived later that day, but it was three days before they reached our position.
As you stand at the La Fiere Bridge looking in the direction of Ste Mere- Eglise, the Manor House is on the right and was the living quarters. There were several buildings, one a large barn, which was close to the Merderet River. The Germans had occupied the Manor House and were driven out by "A" Company, 505, after heavy fighting. As you pass the Manor House toward Ste Mere-Eglise, the road goes up hill and curves to the left. Across from the Manor House there was a pathway which was about four feet wide and now is a causeway was narrow and had brush and trees on each side, some hung over the causeway. The fields were completely flooded right up to the causeway. The town on Cauquigny was about 800 to 900 yards from the bridge, and it was in German hands. The causeway curved to the right about 60 or 65 yards from the bridge.
Map of The La Fiere Bridge Head. Heim's position is near the bottomof the map (U.S. Army).
When we arrived at the bridge, men were placed down the pathway to the right and to the left of the Manor House and out buildings. The four bazooka men included: Lenold Peterson, and myself, John Bolderson and Gordon Pryne. Peterson and I took up positions on the Manor House side facing Cauquigny, below the driveway. There was a concrete telephone pole just in front of us and we dug in behind it. We knew that when the Germans started the attack with their tanks, we would have to get out of our foxhole and reveal our position to get a better view of the tanks. Bolderson and Pryne were on the right side of the road just below the pathway. I do not remember how many paratroopers were around us, all I saw was a machine gun set up in the Manor House yard. On the right side down the pathway a few riflemen took up positions.
There was a 57-millimeter cannon up the road in back of us along with another machine gun. We carried antitank mines and bazooka rockets from the landing area. These mines were placed across the causeway about 50 or 60 fee
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