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  • 121Halberdier — Hal berd*ier (h[o^] b[ e]rd*[=e]r ), n. [F. hallebardier.] One who is armed with a halberd. Strype. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 122Hastate — Has tate (h[a^]s t[asl]t), Hastated Has ta*ted (h[=a]s t[asl]*t[e^]d), a. [L. hastatus, fr. hasta spear. Cf. {Gad}, n.] Shaped like the head of a halberd; triangular, with the basal angles or lobes spreading; as, a hastate leaf. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 123Hastated — Hastate Has tate (h[a^]s t[asl]t), Hastated Has ta*ted (h[=a]s t[asl]*t[e^]d), a. [L. hastatus, fr. hasta spear. Cf. {Gad}, n.] Shaped like the head of a halberd; triangular, with the basal angles or lobes spreading; as, a hastate leaf. [1913… …

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  • 124Partisan — Par ti*san, n. [F. pertuisane, prob. fr. It. partigiana, influenced in French by OF. pertuisier to pierce. It was prob. so named as the weapon of some partisans, or party men. Cf. {Partisan} one of a corps of light troops.] A kind of halberd or… …

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  • 125Sparth — Sparth, n. [Cf. Icel. spar?a.] An Anglo Saxon battle ax, or halberd. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] He hath a sparth of twenty pound of weight. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 126Spontoon — Spon*toon (sp[o^]n*t[=oo]n ), n. [F. sponton, esponton, It. spontone, spuntone.] (Mil.) A kind of half pike, or halberd, formerly borne by inferior officers of the British infantry, and used in giving signals to the soldiers. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 127halbert — noun see halberd …

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  • 128Armour — (or armor) is protective covering, most commonly manufactured from metals, to prevent damage from being inflicted to an individual or a vehicle through use of direct contact weapons or projectiles, usually during combat. While early armour tended …

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  • 129Bill — may refer to: Objects * Billboard (advertising), a board on which to display advertising posters or displays * Billhook, a long handled saw (sometimes weapon) with a curved blade * BILL Anti tank guided weapon, a Swedish anti tank weapon * BILL 2 …

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  • 130Mail (armour) — Chainmail redirects here. For other uses, see Chainmail (disambiguation). Maille redirects here. For one of several French villages, see Maillé (disambiguation). Maille redirects here. For the French mustard company, see Maille (company). Riveted …

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  • 131Diplomatic immunity — For other uses, see Diplomatic immunity (disambiguation). Diplomatic immunity is a form of legal immunity and a policy held between governments that ensures that diplomats are given safe passage and are considered not susceptible to lawsuit or… …

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  • 132Kendo — (剣道) Two kendōka in tsuba zeriai[1] Focus Weaponry Hardness Semi contact …

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  • 133Tai chi chuan — Infobox martial art logo = logocaption = logosize = imagecaption = Yang Chengfu in a posture from the Yang style tai chi chuan solo form known as Single Whip c. 1931 imagesize = name = Tai chi chuan (太極拳) aka = t ai chi ch üan; tai ji quan focus …

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  • 134Vatican City — State[1] Stato della Città del Vaticano[2] …

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  • 135War hammer — For the tabletop games, see Warhammer Fantasy Battle and Warhammer 40,000. War hammer …

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  • 136Han Dynasty — 漢朝 ← 206 BCE–220 CE …

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  • 137Bayonet — For other uses, see Bayonet (disambiguation). American soldiers bayonet training in Texas during the Border War. A bayonet (from French baïonnette) is a knife, dagger, sword, or spike shaped weapon designed to fit in, on, over or underneath the… …

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  • 138Operation Torch — Part of the North African Campaign Allied troops hit the beaches near Algiers, behind a large American …

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  • 139Gunnar Hámundarson — was a 10th century Icelandic chieftain. He lived in Hlíðarendi in Fljótshlíð and is probably better known as Gunnar of Hlíðarendi (Icelandic: Gunnar á Hlíðarenda). He features prominently in the first half of Njáls saga, which tells of the chain… …

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  • 140Battle of Crete — Part of the Mediterranean Theatre of World War II …

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