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  1. He quickly turned and saw a policeman swing an aruval (a kind of chopper) to chop his head off.
  2. Police who were conducting vehicle checks at Vanapattarai on Monday stopped a van and found a big `aruval' inside it. (Web site)
  3. The Hindu fundamentalist forces then went into the premises with battering rods, aruval s, bayonets and other deadly weapons in search of Ayub Khan.

Agni Missile

  1. The Agni missile (from Sanskrit Agn-- meaning "Fire", one of the 5 elements of nature) is an IRBM developed under the IGMDP by India.
  2. The Agni missile family is envisaged to be the mainstay of the Indian missile-based strategic nuclear deterrence.
  3. Agni missile to be tested next year: DRDO On 12th April 2007 Agni-III missile was tested successfully.

Anti-Tank Mine

  1. When the tank finally appears, it will be destroyed by the anti-tank mine. (Web site)
  2. The anti-tank mine to the north will take care of the problem here.
  3. The submunitions usually include a combinations of anti-personnel and anti-tank mine s.


  1. A shuriken is a hand-held weapon used primarily by martial artists, especially those who practice the more secretive forms, such as ninjitsu. (Web site)
  2. A shuriken is a special monk weapon. (Web site)
  3. A shuriken is a thin bar of metal with a sharpened point at one end only. (Web site)
  4. A shuriken is a throwing star. (Web site)
  5. A shuriken is any throwing weapon small enough to be held in the palm.

Simon Breach Grenade

  1. The SIMON breach grenade was among the top 10 invetions awarded by the US Army in 2005. (Web site)

Smoke Grenades

  1. Get Lupin over to unlock the box and he will find a machinegun, some Molotov cocktails and some smoke grenades.
  2. Get Lupin to come over and unlock the box to find a canned food, a knife, a wirecutter, some smoke grenades and some first aid kit.
  3. Some smoke grenades are designed to make a very dense cloud capable of blocking the laser beams of enemy target designators or range finders.

Anti-Tank Guided Missile

  1. The Nag ( Cobra in Hindi) is an Anti-tank guided missile system intended for the Air Force and Army. (Web site)
  2. The Nag fire-and-forget anti-tank guided missile (ATGM). It employs sensor fusion technologies for flight guidance over an approximate range of 4km. (Web site)
  3. They include the infantry carrier vehicle, the mobile gun system, the anti-tank guided missile, the mortar carrier and the reconnaissance vehicle.

Acoustic Homing

  1. Acoustic homing is a system which utilizes sound to guide a moving object, such as a torpedo.


  1. Acrolein is a petroleum with an intensely irritating smell and is one of the most abundant chemicals in cigarette smoke.
  2. Acrolein is a severe pulmonary irritant and lacrimating agent.
  3. Acrolein is a severe respiratory and ocular irritant at concentrations as low as 1 ppm.
  4. Acrolein is a suspected human carcinogen .
  5. Acrolein is also a metabolite of the chemotherapy drug cyclophosphamide, and is associated with hemorrhagic cystitis.

Agent Purple

  1. Agent Purple, its lesser-known cousin, was also sprayed, as was Agent White -- together, the so-called "rainbow drugs," as Chisholm knows them.
  2. In September - November 1962, large shipments of Agent Purple and Agent Blue arrived there, while Agent Orange was put to use between 1965 and 1971. (Web site)

Agent White

  1. Agent White's method of operation is to kill the plant outright in addition to halting the production of auxin.
  2. Agent White is designed for use around settlements because of its lower tendency to drift than Agent Orange.
  3. Also, Agent White is highly persistent, so growth in a sprayed area may be stunted or otherwise retarded for years after the spraying.

Agni Ii

  1. The AGNI II is a solid fuelled missile, and can be rail and road mobile. (Web site)
  2. The Agni II was in limited-series production and in the process of being inducted into the army.
  3. The Agni II was launched from a mobile launcher on Wheeler Island, near the eastern Orissa state.


  1. The aikuchi is a tanto without a hand guard.
  2. Aikuchi - a dagger with out a guard, tsuba.
  3. The aikuchi could sometimes be thrown.


  1. Akash is a medium-range surface-to-air missile with a intercept range of 30km.
  2. Akash is a medium-range surface-to-air missile with an intercept range of 30 km.
  3. Akash is a medium-range surface-to-air missile.
  4. Akash is a mobile area defense medium-range 27-30 km SAM, and can engage targets from treetop level to 18,000 meters. (Web site)


  1. Search for anwax at UTN and get results.
  2. Anwax is a primative explosive that consists of ammonium nitrate, floor wax, and sometimes aluminium powder.
  3. Browse and compare a great selection of anwax.


  1. The Arbir is a halberd approximately five feet (1.5 m) long. (Web site)
  2. The arbir is one of three special weapons used by members of the Persatuan Pentjak Silat Selurah Indonesia (PPSI). (Web site)

Arctic Warfare

  1. Arctic Warfare is a line of 5 rifles. (Web site)
  2. It is also known as the AWSM ( Arctic Warfare Super Magnum) (usually meaning the .338 Lapua Magnum chambered version).
  3. AI Arctic Warfare Police ( AWP) --- black-framed version used by the police.


  1. Arit: a sickle; often used in pairs or with another weapon.
  2. Arit - A sickle with pronounced crescent-blade patterns and a short handle, used in pentjak-silat.
  3. Arit is a sickle with pronounced crescent blade patterns and a short handle, used in Pentjak Silat .

Arming Sword

  1. The arming sword was a single-handed double-edged sword about a meter in length, with a revolutionary cruciform crossguard.
  2. The arming sword was overall a light, versatile weapon capable of both cut and thrust combat; and normally boasts excellent balance.

Arrow Slit

  1. An arrow slit is a thin vertical window in a fortification through which an archer can shoot arrows while remaining largely free from personal danger. (Web site)
  2. Arrow slit: A narrow rectangular opening in the wall of a castle which was used by archers to fire through at the enemy beyond the walls. (Web site)
  3. See arrow slit, merlon. (Web site)


  1. In some periods, the convention was to decorate the aspis; in others, it was usually left plain. (Web site)
  2. An aspis ( Ancient Greek ----------, IPA [aspis]) is the generic term for the word shield. (Web site)
  3. Aspis platea (GR): flat shield used by legionary light infantry. (Web site)


  1. Assegai - A spear used in the 14th century by christian mercenaries. (Web site)
  2. The Assegai is a short stabbing and throwing spear.
  3. The Assegai is a small weapon, so it has an 8 sided die divider.
  4. The assegai was probably exported to the Iberian peninsula from Berber Africa although it resembled the ancient Iberian 's Falarica.

Assisted-Opening Knife

  1. An assisted-opening knife is a type of knife which uses some kind of mechanism to open a knife when a little bit of pressure is applied.
  2. A Kershaw Assisted-opening knife in action. (Web site)
  3. However, the switchblade should not be confused with the butterfly knife (balisong), assisted-opening knife, or the non-automatic stiletto.


  1. Aventail - A mail 'curtain' hanging from the lower edge of the back of the helmet to protect the back and sides of the neck. (Web site)
  2. The Aventail was used to protect the neck, shoulders and upper part of the chest.
  3. An aventail was a mantle fashioned of mail, the same as that of a chain shirt, that hung from the bottom of several different types of helmet. (Web site)


  1. Azon was hit in the face with an emotion he hadn't felt since the orphanage.
  2. Azon was lost in thought, thinking about what this feeling was that kept washing over him and reverting him to a mindless moron.
  3. VB-1 Azon 454kg, used during WWII, used with succes against bridges.

Babur Missile

  1. Babur missile is a timely boost for Pakistan's defence image. (Web site)
  2. The Babur missile is certainly the last stage in this struggle.
  3. The Babur missile is the last important stage Pakistan has reached in missile technology.

Ballistic Knife

  1. A ballistic knife is a knife with a detachable blade which is propelled by a spring-operated mechanism, elastic material, or compressed gas.
  2. The Russian Spetznaz ballistic knife is a metal tube with a powerful spring to deploy the blade.
  3. Have a ballistic knife (including spring) for sale.


  1. The bandolier is a belt comprised of six cloth pockets and a rather long strap of light webbing. (Web site)
  2. Apply Velcro closures to ends of bandolier. (Web site)
  3. We made our bandolier with 20 loops, so there were 40 marks. (Web site)


  1. Barbette - The fixed armored ring around the trunk of the mounting. (Web site)
  2. Introduced early 1900s on barbette sliding Mk.
  3. The barbette is armoured down to where it reaches the main armoured deck of the warship.


  1. Barbut: A helmet with a T-shaped opening for the face, usually reaching down to the shoulders.
  2. The barbut was another type of helmet developed in this century, look ing much like early Greek designs. (Web site)
  3. The barbut was another type of helmet developed in this century, looking very much like early Greek designs.


  1. Barchi is a type of lance that has big spikes. (Web site)
  2. Barchi is a scribe reading the text.
  3. Barchi was next hauled in, quite meek and resigned from his soaking.


  1. Bardiche : The word bardiche is the corrupted spelling of berdysh.
  2. Bardiche: A bardiche or long poleaxe is a type of polearm.
  3. Bardiche: A huge cleaver type blade mounted on a long pole. (Web site)
  4. The bardiche was a pole-arm with a long crescent-like blade, which extended far beyond the pole.
  5. The bardiche was a very heavy and bulky weapon, and it took a strong man to wield one properly.


  1. Taking a step away from the body, Druscati spun around to land a blow on Batar-s right knee.
  2. However, this man, Peter Batar, is a righteous little bastard that is running on a promise of no corruption.

Bat Bomb

  1. The most ambitious operation for utilizing the cave's assets was conceived on the eve of World War II and called the "Bat Bomb" project by some. (Web site)
  2. For everyone who relishes true tales of action and adventure, Bat Bomb is a must-read. (Web site)
  3. Told here by the youngest member of the team, this is the story of the bat bomb project, or Project X-Ray, as it was officially known. (Web site)

Big Bertha

  1. Big Bertha is a big woman at the Boom Boom Bar, which, itself is named for an enemy.
  2. The Big Bertha was a large, 42 centimeter howitzer used in the German push of 1914.
  3. Big Bertha was the name used for the giant red fish in Super Mario Bros.


  1. A bipod is included.
  2. This test is on the Reising manufactured bipod. (Web site)
  3. The only bipod that offers three different movements: Pan, Tilt AND Cant. (Web site)


  1. Bisento - A spear-like weapon with a blade resembling a scimitar affixed to its end.
  2. Bisento is a heavy bladed weapon with the blade attached to a staff.
  3. The bisento was primarily used by the ninja of feudal Japan.

Blood Agent

  1. The term "blood agent" is a misnomer, however, because these agents do not actually affect the blood in any way.


  1. A blowdart is a pipe based weapon still employed by some indigenous peoples of the South East Asia, Amazon and Guiana regions of South America to hunt.


  1. Blowgun: The blowgun is a long tube through which you dlow air to fire needles.
  2. The blowgun is a long tube through which you fire needles.
  3. The blowgun is a very efficient weapon for hunting small game and is still used for this purpose.
  4. The blowgun was favored by the ninja mainly because it was silent and the ninja did not have to reveal his where abouts-s to use it.
  5. The blowgun was favoured by the ninja mainly because it was silent and the ninja did not have to reveal his whereabouts-s to use it.

Blue Water

  1. Blue Water was a code name for a British nuclear missile under development in the 1960s.
  2. Blue Water was planned to be operational by 1966 but in 1962 Prime Minister Harold Macmillan scrapped the project.

Boar Spear

  1. The Boar spear is a modern re-creation of a design that dates back to the European Renaissance.
  2. A boar spear is a special type of spear that was invented and widely used in Germany and Scandinavia during the Roman era.
  3. The Boar Spear comes with an extra stout premium ash shaft.

Boiling Oil

  1. The boiling oil was cooled before being transferred into barrels and loaded onto the ships.

Bollock Dagger

  1. The bollock dagger is the source of the expression, to get, or give, a "bollocking", meaning to give or receive a severe chastisement.
  2. The bollock dagger was probably the precursor of the Scottish dirk.

Bolo Knife

  1. For good results, try entering this: bolo knife. (Web site)
  2. The file from the Chief of Ordnance on the design and manufacture of the Model of 1909 Bolo knife and scabbards. (Web site)
  3. The U.S. Army Bolo Knife was produced from 1897 through 1918 and remained in service well into World War II. (Web site)


  1. A beautiful girl in Chinese clothes, carrying two big bonbori, stands in the hole. (Web site)
  2. -I-m trying to kill you and you-re barely putting forth enough effort to keep a twelve-year-old at bay.- The challenger deflected a swing from a bonbori. (Web site)
  3. Shampoo lunges at Akane with her bonbori. (Web site)

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