traditional weapon

traditional weapon

n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) South African a weapon having ceremonial tribal significance, such as an assegai or knobkerrie
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Mason's skills are unique because he is continually successful in extreme weapon, traditional weapon, extreme form, and kickboxing.
However, Seoul's Ministry of Unification believes Kim supervised the test of a traditional weapon rather than a nuclear-capable one, citing that the term "strategic weapon" was not used by the KCNA in their report.
Despite all the advanced weaponry, the Gurkhas do not prepare for battle without the khukri--the heavy curved knife that is their traditional weapon of choice.
Saktoun rifle is a traditional weapon renowned for its accuracy and used by Bedouins for hunting and during war.
The Arms and Armour Gallery deals with the cultural dimensions of the traditional weapon in Oman from prehistoric times until the beginning of the century (14 AH / 20 AD).
It is not clear if Sudan will get the French weapons initially designed for the Lebanese army or will buy weapons from China and Russia, Sudan traditional weapon providers.
For instance, the one about the farmer who wanted to kill his wife, so he put a gun in her soup (like poison, a more traditional weapon, because he didn't know how guns work).
They still carry into battle their traditional weapon - an 18-inch long curved knife known as the kukri.
They still carry into battle their traditional weapon - an 18-inch-long curved knife known as the kukri.
A custard pie is the traditional weapon but raw eggs are easier to find and have a much longer trajectory, so most victims end up with egg on their face.
They still carry into battle their traditional weapon an 18-inch long curved knife known as the kukri.
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