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bay·o·net

(bā-ŏ-net'),
An instrument having a blade or nib that is offset and parallel to the shaft.
[Fr. bayonette, fr. Bayonne, France, where first made]

bay·o·net

(bā-ŏ-net')
An instrument having a blade or nib that is offset and parallel to the shaft.
[Fr. bayonette, fr. Bayonne, France, where first made]

bayonet (bā´ənet),

n a binangled instrument, the nib or blade of which is generally parallel to the shaft; resembles a bayonet. See also angle former, bayonet and condenser, bayonet.
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Fortunately, the bayonet entered his silver cigarette box and then went half way through a prayer book that he carried in the same pocket.
Cyn i'r tai yn Ffordd yr Elen gael eu hadeiladu yn y 1970au mae'n debyg mai tir comin fydda yma ac yn fuan iawn yn ystod ein sgwrs daeth yn amlwg nad rhywbeth o deulu Mrs Jones oedd y bayonet ond rhywbeth oedd wedi cael ei 'daflu allan' rhywbryd dros y blynyddoedd.
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Bayonet training did not simply teach you how to fight with a length of sharpened steel, it taught you specifically how to kill a man standing two feet in front of you with it.
The HDMI connector is sealed to a level of IP68 NEMA 250 (6P) when mated and comes in a quick connect or bayonet style connection.
The Gew 98 that replaced the Gew 88 was designed with the H-style top barrel band and a bayonet lug long enough to provide sufficient parallel contact surface between the bayonet lug and the pommel slot of the bayonet to eliminate the need for a muzzle ring.
Ripponden Parish Council, Calderdale Council and the War Memorial Trust, secured funding to bring the memorial back to its former glory, with the First World War rifleman re-fitted with his bayonet.
Nathan Jones, a 2000 graduate of Algonquin Regional High School, was named Master of the Bayonet after dismounted field training exercises conducted Sept.
Attach the OKC-3S Bayonet, and the weapon becomes just as effective in close combat situations.
The painting shows a lizard-man impaling Arab children on his bayonet and eating them one by one.