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  • [Quietly but quick as lightning, half-unsheathes a narrow-bladed sharp knife which she carried in her breast, and asks in a hoarse whisper.]

    When We Dead Awaken

  • [Quietly but quick as lightning, half-unsheathes a narrow-bladed sharp knife which she carried in her breast, and asks in a hoarse whisper.]

    When We Dead Awaken

  • They carried big metal-braced shields, nearly square, and were armed with narrow-bladed spears, strangely made bows and arrows, and short straight swords such as I had never seen before -- or since.

    The Moon of Skulls

  • “Ice pick or narrow-bladed knife in the back of the skull.”

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  • "Ice pick or narrow-bladed knife in the back of the skull."

    The Coffin Dancer

  • He clapped his hands to kindle the few lights still in working order, then fumbled among the shadows for the long-hafted, narrow-bladed hatchet with which he split shingles and drove roofing nails.

    Nightside The Long Sun

  • The man takes it, then employs his narrow-bladed and white-hiked bronze belt knife to cut away the brown spot, expertly carving the remainder of the fruit into identical crescents.

    The Towers of the Sunset

  • The deceased had been stabbed seven times in the chest and abdomen with a long, narrow-bladed knife.

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  • The only other possession she carried was in a pouch at her belt: a narrow-bladed knife.

    The Kinslayer Wars

  • Some men preferred fighting lances to sabres, claiming that once the lance point was evaded, the Lancer was dead meat, but Sharpe had never felt easy facing the razor-sharp and narrow-bladed spears.

    Sharpe's Waterloo

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