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  • n. Plural form of carabineer.


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  • Safety equipment is a must and should include throw bags, bow lines, and hardware such as carabineers at a minimum.

    Cruise Vistas

  • On the right, Somerset had Dornberg with the German light-horse, and on his left, Trip with the Belgian carabineers; the cuirassiers attacked on the flank and in front, before and in the rear, by infantry and cavalry, had to face all sides.

    Les Miserables

  • Four squadrons of carabineers could be seen in the

    Les Miserables

  • O'BRIEN: Wow, bring your carabineers, your crampons and all that if you're going to do some hiking there.

    CNN Transcript May 25, 2008

  • My usual tactic is to simply shadow the French carabineers.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Now, for instance, in the next half hour, we may come any moment on three carabineers who would let off their pieces without asking questions.

    The Arrow of Gold

  • The only other one that was decent was a “social climber” (tuxedo top, with shorts, climbing shoes, ropes, carabineers).

    drbigbeef Diary Entry

  • Santerre, the Marquis, Denot, Agatha, and the other republican officer, were in the back room; the unfortunate wretches doomed to die were collected on the gravel before the windows of the front room; the carabineers who were to fire on them stood in a double file on the broad area before the front door, and above the steps.

    La Vend�e

  • Kutuzov accompanied by his adjutants rode at a walking pace behind the carabineers.

    War and Peace

  • Speaking with dramatic force on radio and television a few hours after a mob -- the workers and people are always a "mob" to the AP and UPI -- composed composed of 1,000 persons had attacked the soldiers and carabineers at the large El



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