arquebusier


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arquebusier

(ˌɑːkwɪbʌsˈɪə)
n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) another name for harquebusier
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It was quite a day for the Naunton area of Cheltenham as O'Brien's neighbour Emma Baker joined the party in the finale when Arquebusier scrambled home under James Banks.
Flashjack (9-1) reaped the benefit of his jumps bow as he got off the mark in the Knighton Novices' Hurdle, while Emma Baker's Arquebusier (6-4 favourite) made all to defy a 7lb penalty in the Waltham On The Wolds Handicap Hurdle.
Emma Baker's Arquebusier (6-4 favourite) made all to defy a 7lb penalty for winning at Fontwell last week when holding Georgieshore by a head in the Waltham On The Wolds Handicap Hurdle.
These might include the doctor who performed the autopsy on a murder victim, psychologists who evaluated the mental capacity of the accused, a chemist if the case involved poisoning, an architect who drew a plan of the crime scene, or an expert arquebusier who testified about the use of firearms.
France's reliance on cannon was usually the deciding factor until Spain developed a lightweight matchlock gun, called the arquebusier.