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“Then, in some sort of linguistic example of the transitive property, you get the dull-edged and cockamamie logic of: if the French are weak, and the people who don't support your war are weak, then the people who don't support your war, well they must be French!”
“Nakamura Katana," Kouichi's two-minute silent movie that tells the story of a samurai tricked into buying a dull-edged sword, was first released in 1917.”
“But the calculator is much more a dull-edged hatchet than a scalpel.”
“Close against the white blind hung a bird-cage, clearly silhouetted, every wire, perch, and appurtenance distinct and recognisable, even to yesterday's dull-edged lump of sugar.”
“She was referring to her fish knives, those offspring of a butter knife and a spatula that have a notch in their palettes, causing their dull-edged blades to resemble a woman's lips in a”
“He never liked to see me mend pens; my knife was always dull-edged — my hand, too, was unskilful; I hacked and chipped.”
“The floor was too solid, the walls were sided with moldings, and in places along it, constricting the space further, dull-edged hooks jutted from the walls.”
“Then he was handed a dull-edged wooden sword and a shield and found himself facing his trainer.”
“The final knife was a T - handled thing like a corkscrew, but the blade was shaped exactly like the spear-point dagger-except that the whole blade was only three inches long and the inch closest to the handle was little more than a dull-edged, narrow rectangular bar.”
“There were dull-edged silhouettes rather than faces clustered all around her.”
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