sabretache


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sabretache

(ˈsæbəˌtæʃ)
n
(Military) a leather case suspended from a cavalryman's saddle
[C19: via French from German Säbeltasche sabre pocket]
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Denisov smiled, took out of his sabretache a handkerchief that diffused a smell of perfume, and put it to Nesvitski's nose.
ornamented with reindeer heads with antlers)' (CPC 31-32); [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]'a pack-saddle, sabretache (a crossbeam with bottom ends fixed by belts under the reindeer's abdomen and with a load suspended from its top end)' (CPC 32); [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'a bow-shaped scraper for the dressing of small skins (on two perpendicular boards; the horizontal board is used for seating)' (CPC 33); [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'a long board used for fishing (a tool for ice fishing, a long narrow board with a pointed end and a hole at the other end for net ropes; the board with the net is extended from ice hole to ice hole)' (CPC 48).
Geographical and technical intelligence in the Southwest Pacific 1942-1945" Sabretache, 46(4):21.
24) Wilson, Graham, 2008 'Great-Grandad was Catholic and Didn't get a VC: An Odd Myth of the AIF, Sabretache, Vol.
Lettres interceptees par les russes, durant la campagne de 1812 (Paris: La Sabretache, 1913); N.
His armband displays a German military cross but its shape echoes the crossbones of the Totenkopf or death's head, emblazoned on the sabretache at his waist.
But Anthony Staunton, editor of Sabretache, the journal of the Military History Society of Australia, has called for the plans to be scrapped.
White, 'Compulsory military training in Australia in 1914', Sabretache, vol.
In his article The Last Strike in the June 2006 issue of Sabretache, the late Alan Fraser, a pilot with 7 Squadron, RAAF, wrote of the last strike by the RAAF in WW2.
Videon, "The Women's Air Training Corps', Sabretache, vol.
In the June 2006 issue of Sabretache, Joe commented on increasing interest by collectors in Memorial Plaques, more commonly known as Death Plaques.
It is the first of a series of books produced by the Army History Unit although books 2 and 3 in the series which will be reviewed in the next edition of Sabretache are card cover rather than e-books with the games only available in the edition supplied by the Army History Unit.