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  • n. That portion of a firearm's barrel immediately in front of the chamber where the bullet travels prior to contacting the rifling.

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Examples

  • I am new to fly fishing and i am practicing my cast. i cannot seem to cast more than 10 yards, and i have lost flies and a leade

    Hardy Angel Fly Reel - Moving to ROK

  • I am new to fly fishing and i am practicing my cast. i cannot seem to cast more than 10 yards, and i have lost flies and a leade | Field & Stream

    I am new to fly fishing and i am practicing my cast.

  • Pledged delegates go with the votes of their states, super delegates vote their conscience and are not a rubber stamp of who has the leade.

    An Uncommitted Super-Delegate With Nice Things To Say About Hillary

  • Sabrina managed to keep her attention fixed on the leade ...

    Lea Lane: "Broccoli" Obama: Portrait of a President

  • Sabrina managed to keep her attention fixed on the leade ... digg

    Lea Lane: "Broccoli" Obama: Portrait of a President

  • Anyway, as I noted a couple times before: with the polls this close in Iowa, we are going to need to get used to different polls showing different people in the leade.

    New Polls Show Hillary Ahead In New Hampshire, South Carolina ... And Iowa

  • William Forbesse, a preacher for souldiers, yea, and a captaine in neede to leade souldiers on a good occasion, being full of courage, with discretion and good conduct, beyond some captaines I have knowne, that were not so capable as he.

    A Legend of Montrose

  • Despite having been party to the NEC's adoption of guidelines on the process of nominating and electing leade rship, these members have, in the recent period, completely ignored both the spirit and letter of these guidelines in order to participate in public campaigns to condemn and denigrate some leaders within the movement and glorify others.

    Organisational Report

  • Wherein is manifested, that love can leade a man into numberlesse perils: Out of which he escapeth with no meane difficulty.

    The Decameron

  • Here are none in the Garden now but our selves, and while I awake him, bee you the watch, and afterward follow mee in my fortune, for I will valiantly leade you the way.

    The Decameron

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