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  • noun Plural form of kukri.

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Examples

  • Anyway, that is what most people know about kukris, that they are capable of massive chops.

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  • He said he participated in several infantry actions, including hand-to-hand combat in which he and other Gurkhas killed with kukris.

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  • How did he become involved with a “procession coming panting up Mintri Road led by young men holding their kukris aloft and shouting, ‘Jai Gorkha’

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  • Specifically in Baudha the ANNISU-R activities displayed weapons like kukris and knifes challenging the police force and law system.

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  • The executions went quickly when done by Patagonians wielding their kukris.

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  • They traded their machetes for kukris, which they learned to make for themselves because everywhere in Mexico there was a surplus of old truck springs.

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  • Our Patagonians knew nothing of Gurkhas and kukris but immediately recognized this weapon as brilliant in design, deadly in intent.

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  • Our Patagonians knew nothing of Gurkhas and kukris but immediately recognized this weapon as brilliant in design, deadly in intent.

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  • These nine surviving Patagonians quickly became Gurkha-like in their talents with kukris.

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  • The Patagonians spent several weeks becoming accustomed to their kukris.

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