Like his countrymen in so many fields of endeavor, he was a free agent, not an agent of the state.
He eventually joined dozens of his countrymen in grueling construction work.
The year was 2006 and Allen, like her fellow UK countrymen Arctic Monkeys, was borne in the freaky fires of MySpace.
We shouldn't, however, lose sight on the immediate impact of the occupation on the lives of their countrymen in the West Bank.
In the early days of the war, the Iraqis who stepped forward as interpreters were hailed by their countrymen.
There are many of my countrymen, who, I doubt not, feel as I do.
His countrymen were the first to press steam into the active service of mankind.
They were, however, quite as well versed in stealing as their countrymen.
But that is not so astonishing as those servant girls, or our own countrymen, said Johnson.
"Your countrymen are probably glad to have peace," he answered.