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“Critics argue that risk-based standards as currently applied by the nuclear industry and those who regulate it have become a "single-edged sword," cutting in only one direction: Lowering margins of safety through relaxed regulations and enforcement.”
“Those hands now drew a final item from behind his backâa clear crystalline single-edged knife with a wide pommel.”
“Their swords were long, single-edged, and curved, made for vigorous slashing, in contrast with Doris straight double-edged sword.”
“They carried machine guns and the traditional long, single-edged machetes known as bolo knives.”
“Her jewelry, which included a large shield-shaped pendant, the layout and location of the cemetery as well as excavated weaponry, such as knives and a fine langseax a single-edged Anglo-Saxon sword, lead the scientists to believe she might have been a member of royalty who led a pagan cult at a time when Christianity was just starting to take root in the region.”
“For old paint, scrape it with a single-edged razor, holding the razor at an angle to avoid scratching the glass.”
“The gown was belted with a woven silver rope, and a slightly curved, single-edged knife of some dark, glassy material hung at an angle through it.”
“He had drawn a knife -- a glittering chromed single-edged thing that may have already killed once today -- and now he took a dangerous step toward Terzian.”
“When Darian finished fitting the whole contraption to Kel's right leg, the gryphon had what was effectively a set of four single-edged knives on the end of his leg.”
“The murder weapon was probably a single-edged sheath knife with a brass hilt.”
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