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Noun1.spearpoint - the head and sharpened point of a spearspearpoint - the head and sharpened point of a spear
pike - medieval weapon consisting of a spearhead attached to a long pole or pikestaff; superseded by the bayonet
point - sharp end; "he stuck the point of the knife into a tree"; "he broke the point of his pencil"
lance, spear, shaft - a long pointed rod used as a tool or weapon
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Mr Nick Spearpoint, PE teacher, said: "The school runs the ski trip every other year and it is always hugely popular with students.
The evening was compered by teachers Nick Spearpoint and Emma Lane.
Lawyer Tom Spearpoint, a clinical negligence specialist at Slater and Gordon, said: "Mr Lane has shown incredible strength and selflessness in speaking out to raise awareness of this rare but serious bacterial infection, which left untreated can be life-threatening.
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They decided to form the band so they could play alongside Huddersfield band String Fellows, headed by ex New Fast Automatic Daffodils singer, Andy Spearpoint and hope to raise enough money to buy a new tandem bicycle.
Blanks, "Aaron Copland: A Vital Force in American Music," Australian Music Journal 12 (August 1958): 413 ("The composer who had done more in this century towards putting American music on the harmonic map of the world than any other"); and Olin Downes, "Copland at 50," The New York Times, 29 October 1950, 103 ("the spearpoint [spearhead] of the development of the modern American school").
There are two blade styles, the Spearpoint (pictured) and Ernest's classic Bowie blade.
To create a spearpoint or any other stone tool, a seasoned flintknapper first orients a piece of stone, or core, in a desired direction and trims it in specific ways.
The 1st Marine Division was then built up on a foundation of troops from the 1st Marine Brigade to serve as the spearpoint of future American campaigns to halt and reverse Japanese advances.