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  • proper n. An early type of American revolver, particularly the Colt 1873 Single Action Army model.
  • proper n. The B-36 bomber.

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Examples

  • He was later given the title Peacemaker of Wei (调解人魏) by his officers.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • And we all know that a Peacemaker is a six shooter.

    Think Progress » Rumsfeld: Too Incompetent For Bush to Fire

  • Unlike stereotypical college kids who need to lay off the alcohol/dope, David really does have a reason to hate his life- Ten years earlier 2010 or whereabouts his father unleashed a virus called Peacemaker, which completely unmade the economy and broke down the world as we know it.

    The Road Not Taken · Unholy Domain

  • Imagine a world several years after a computer virus called Peacemaker destroyed nearly all internet connections in the world and infected almost all computers.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • And for one brief shining moment, perhaps, a group of all-too-privileged Americans understood something of the unexpected grace of the name Peacemaker carved quite literally on

    Wake Forest University News

  • There are more political songs on this album, mostly written by Buckingham - "What's The World Coming To," "Murrow Turning Over In His Grave," "Peacemaker" - with little musical variation.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • Behind the lines, violence is increasing: soldiers are abusing German prisoners, a nurse has been raped and murdered, and the sinister ideologue called the Peacemaker now threatens to undermine the peace just as he did the war.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • J. STEPANECK: The peacemaker bike, Lynnco Custom Cycles is working with the firefighters, big, big fundraisers for MDA and they have designed this incredible bike called the Peacemaker and 100 percent of the proceeds are going to go to the MDA Mattie Fund.

    CNN Transcript Apr 26, 2006

  • To be a Peacemaker was the highest seat an Indian could take.

    Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children

  • Edward VII, called the Peacemaker (1841-1910), king of Great

    Klas Pontus Arnoldson - Nobel Lecture

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