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When using 'civilian', make sure you're not referring to anyone in military, police, or firefighting roles. SlideOnly civilians were allowed to enter the contest, so soldiers in uniform stayed out.
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'Civilian' is often used in news or discussions about war to describe people not in armed forces. SlideThe bombing tragically resulted in several civilian deaths.
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The term 'civilian' can suggest innocence or neutrality in conflicts or crises. SlideRescue efforts focused on getting civilians to safety first.