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“Long navy revolvers were worn on leather belts, the handles reversed for easy drawing; horn-handled bowie knives projected from their boots.”
“Rupert was idly slicing a willow twig with a large knife, and while he had laid aside his horn-handled pistols on entering the church, they remained in easy reach on the rim of the baptismal font.”
“While his pistols were no more than the customary horn-handled "dags" worn by most of the men, both broadsword and claymore were something special.”
“Her eye followed the parade of ribboned hats and horn-handled canes that parted the crowds in the frigid brick rotunda. next »”
“Back again came Mrs. Day with a box of bright steel horn-handled knives, silver-plated forks, carver, and all complete.”
“A horn-handled clasp knife was lying in a pool of blood beside him.”
“Hauk laid his sword on the table beside his horn-handled dagger.”
“* (* "White-eyed man, you are about to die!") he screeched, and paused for an instant to gloat as I sprawled helpless, his head thrown back in cruel glee-something flickered in the air between us, he gave a choking gasp and staggered back into the water, dropping the lance and plucking at the horn-handled knife protruding from beneath his chin.”
“A horn-handled knife, my brother, you won for strength at the games.”
“A narrow-lapelled coat hung over an immaculately cut charcoal suit in the latest Italian line, and in his suede-gloved left hand he carried his other glove, black bowler, brief-case and, a few inches up his wrist, a tightly-rolled, horn-handled black umbrella.”
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