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gunless

(ˈɡʌnlɪs)
adj
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) having no gun
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The debilitated cousin, more debilitated by the dreariness of the place, gets into a fearful state of depression, groaning under penitential sofa-pillows in his gunless hours and protesting that such fernal old jail's--nough t'sew fler up--frever.
Tonight they lay out somewhere below him, chartless, foodless, tentless, gunless - except for Hurree Babu, guideless.
Non-crimes become crimes, increasing the number of people who become gunless by law.
At the launching of his biography 'Nandy Pacheco: The Man Behind Gunless Society,' friends spoke not just of the man and the memories triggered by this slim volume, but also of the Christian principles that underlie Nandy's passions.
Nandy's answer: "Embrace a radical shift from the culture of peace the world gives to the culture of peace that Jesus Christ gives." Embracing Christ's peace is the engine that drives Nandy Pacheco's advocacies ndasha gunless society, a Kapatiran political party and nature conservation.
Then Lipa Archbishop Ramon Arguelles also thumbed down the idea saying he is for a gunless society.
Among the excellent pieces are the hard rock of 'Ikaw Na May Baril' which stops short at proclaiming that a gunless society is the shortest route to peace, and 'Walang Pakialam,' whose whiplash punk should be a scourge on slackers among apathetic pre- and post-millennials.
There we stood, driven four miles [out of camp by the enemy] already, quietly waiting for what might be further and immediate disaster, and far in the rear we heard the stragglers and hospital [foragers] and the gunless artillerymen [whose pieces had been captured] actually cheering as though a victory had been won.
For his part, Nandy Pacheco, head of the group Gunless Society, said his organisation had been advocating since 1992 for a Philippines where only law enforcement authorities will be allowed to carry firearms, but Congress, time and again, had rejected their request for certain reasons.
The Special Director General of these Forces described this unusual protest as "gunless terrorism." And for many months since then, the stone-pelting movement had become for the press, "the abiding image of the Valley."
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Once the agents have been rendered "chartless, foodless, tentless, gunless ...