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  • n. Plural form of flick-knife.


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  • Whilst weapons were being recovered this way, from flick-knives to machetes to small-calibre pistols, armed officers with large boxes were removing a further array of weapons from the caf.

    Deadly Intent

  • Yeah, I know they look all cute and stuff but I bet you they are all carrying flick-knives and mace.

    Hide - :: gia’s blog ::

  • Fights broke out most night -- flick-knives would appear with terrifying speed and we'd dive for cover until the gun-toting police stormed in and hauled out the troublemakers.


  • John wrote that they often saw people draw flick-knives and the waiters carried a cosh to keep order.


  • Mostly penkives, but lock and flick-knives were prized.

    Law And Order

  • Their sixth form day-trip resorts brimming with flick-knives and CS gas.

    The Guardian World News

  • However, several European games here in recent years have been marred by violence involving hard-core 'ultra' fans of AS Roma, with roving gangs armed with flick-knives committing stabbings away from the stadium.

  • However, he’s strongest when exercising his warped parenting techniques, gifting his daughter with two butterfly flick-knives for her birthday and teaching her to take a bullet like a pro by firing a gun at her chest.

    Kick Ass Review |

  • a bed, of course, a ladder, some flick-knives, chairs and letters, but nothing the audience has to wait for or that might slow down the delivery.

    John Baker's Blog


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