The protective order also stated that Muzzammil Hassan is “to refrain from corporal punishment” towards all four children.
I recall watching a corporal savaged by shrapnel struggle to survive.
Good luck to him in finding even a corporal's guard of Republicans in House or Senate who will publicly agree.
Behind the camera, a corporal, Charles Graner, took a picture of the two women.
What surrounds corporal Kincaid is a compelling portrait of a family in crisis.
To the corporal's inquiry he replied that Ferry had just passed on.
He asked for a corporal or a sergeant who could write and stand fire at the same time.
The first precaution that the corporal had taken was to disarm and bind his prisoners.
This, however, did not prevent him from calling lustily for the "corporal of the guard."
In the meantime the corporal had been picked up, and the men were attempting to recover him.
lowest noncommissioned army officer, 1570s, from Middle French corporal, from Italian caporale "a corporal," from capo "chief, head," from Latin caput "head" (see capitulum). So called because he was in charge of a body of troops. Perhaps influenced by Italian corpo, from Latin corps "body." Or corps may be the source and caput the influence, as the OED suggests.
"of or belonging to the body," late 14c., from Old French corporal (12c., Modern French corporel) "of the body, physical, strong," from Latin corporalis "pertaining to the body," from corpus (genitive corporis) "body" (see corps). Corporal punishment "punishment of the body" (as opposed to fine or loss of rank or privilege) is from 1580s. Related: Corporality.