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  • But most of the time the steel-tipped boot is on the other foot.

    The norms of Norman Rockwell | Peter Preston

  • Brydon looked at the steel-tipped bolts of death pointed at him and then a voice ripped through the room.

    The Gauntlet Thrown Chapter Thirty Seven

  • By the Song dynasty 960–1279, smithies were so expert at steel production they could equip an army of a million men with swords, armor, and steel-tipped arrows.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Nowadays, when Eskimos kill walrus, they use steel-tipped harpoons fired by shotgun.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • Stefan Vandlo, aka Greg Anders, aka several other names, was shot by four steel-tipped arrows—and he was silenced forever.

    Scarlet Nights

  • All Asmador had had to do was pull the bowstring and release it, and down went Pender with a steel-tipped, large-mammal-rated arrow sticking heart-high out of the left side of his sport jacket.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • Ronald McDonald may have a big smile, but his shoes are steel-tipped.

    Down on the Clown

  • Stefan Vandlo, aka Greg Anders, aka several other names, was shot by four steel-tipped arrows—and he was silenced forever.

    Scarlet Nights

  • Ronald McDonald may have a big smile, but his shoes are steel-tipped.

    Raj Patel: Down on the Clown

  • By the Song dynasty 960–1279, smithies were so expert at steel production they could equip an army of a million men with swords, armor, and steel-tipped arrows.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

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