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Glock pistols and steel throwing stars lined their belts, while compact but lethal crossbows were fastened to their wristguards.
Still in her wristguards, she spit four white Chiclets into her hand, wrapped them in a piece of gauze, popped in her mouthguard, and skated her first bout ever as a Texas Rollergirl.
The man in the 4,300-year-old grave was identified as an archer, according to archaeologists, because of the presence of stone arrowheads and stone wristguards that protected the arm from the bowstring.
Other artefacts, including wristguards known as archers 'bracers, proved a bonanza for academics, but the practical question of what the warbows of the
The Steyrs, the jawguards, the ninja stars on their belts, and the crossbows on their wristguards all betrayed them as members of the Japanese Defense Force’s crack 1st Airborne Brigade: special forces troops, modern ninja.
I have to remove it when it’s time for wristguards, but there are always photo ops before then.
The remote comes with a wristguard similar to the ones seen on cell phones, and when thrown in the heat of lazy passion, the wristguards have been snapping, sending the tiny white missiles directly into people’s television screens.
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