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  • n. Plural form of knuckleduster.


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  • I really thought, like knuckledusters, coshes are illegal in Briton.

    Inside the anti-kettling HQ

  • Now there's fighting nearly every weekend, with sticks and knuckledusters.

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  • Mr Clegg has been putting on the knuckledusters a bit more obviously in recent weeks, notably making public demands of tax cuts for low earners in the next budget.

    Why more of the Lib Dems now want to be like Chris Huhne | Andrew Rawnsley

  • As knuckledusters, they create the possibility of growling, "Right, mate, you're geography," before you bust your opponent in the chops. world landmarks acrylic ring set (white) (via Neatorama)

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  • In self-defence classes back in highschool the people running the class pointed out that you've got to be prepared to hurt your attacker - if you go for their eyes or larynx with key-knuckledusters, you need to do so hard enough to blind/choke etc. then run away.

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  • I have a dream in which that otherwise splendid fellow Forrest J Ackerman was persuaded -- possibly by time-travelling fans with honeyed tongues and knuckledusters --/not/to invent the term "sci-fi".

    MIND MELD: If You Could Change Any Aspect of The Science Fiction Field, What Would it Be?

  • As well as giant 'A' initial brooches, 'ASHISH' name necklaces and knuckledusters and cool aviator sunglasses brooches in silver.

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  • Maybe add some nail varnish and some big knuckledusters next time?

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  • Their methodical search yielded old newspaper cuttings, books, a stack of pornographic videos and magazines, knuckledusters, a cosh, two flick knives and a pillowslip containing some womens dirty underwear.

    Above Suspicion

  • 'Bring knuckledusters,' I said, which cheered him.

    Slay Ride


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  • "He rubs grimly his grapping hands, knobbed with knuckledusters."

    Joyce, Ulysses, 15

    February 8, 2007