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  • Hunter turned a wide-bladed screwdriver, and a flush mounted panel opened in the underside of the board.

    Tin

  • A wide-bladed knife in a leather sheath hung from the waist of his black-and-lavender kikoy sarong.

    Peace Meals

  • A wide-bladed knife in a leather sheath hung from the waist of his black-and-lavender kikoy sarong.

    Peace Meals

  • The image reminds Iza of when her mother used to toss bougainvillea blossoms from the cliffs, and she releases her grip on the wide-bladed knife.

    Zombies vs. Unicorns

  • Then they waded through some tall, wide-bladed grass and skirted an alder and maple swamp.

    Beacon Street Girls: Lake Rescue

  • Then they waded through some tall, wide-bladed grass and skirted an alder and maple swamp.

    Beacon Street Girls: Lake Rescue

  • Armed with wide-bladed knives called parangs, Moslem bands crept at night into the homes of communists, killing entire families and burying their bodies in shallow graves.

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  • For herself, Miss Temple selected another serpentine dagger — the first had served her well — while Chang selected a matching pair of curved, wide-bladed knives with hilts nearly as long as the blade.

    The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters

  • When this layer had been removed, the team then scraped the earth with sharp, wide-bladed hoes that had been specially manufactured for the job by a local blacksmith.

    The Goddess and the Bull

  • Rain bent to examine a wide-bladed shovel cast with a solid steel handle.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

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