Get Amongst Them
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Two basic meanings:
|Desperate straights as cavalry break into a square|
2. to go to the enemy/whoever and give them a right shoeing. Probably originated from cavalry (actually on a horse) units who once they were in amongst infantry ... well, lets say it was going to get very nasty for the infantry.