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|In vain : the monster, counting doubtless on his superior stature, and minded to |
make sport for himself, or perhaps profit, were it with murder, continues to ... Such
I hold to be the genuine use of Gunpowder : that it makes all men alike tall. Nay ...
|Such I hold to be the genuine use of gunpowder, that it manes all men alike tall. ♢ |
* * " With respect to duels, indeed, I have my own ideas. Few things in this so
surprising world strike me with more surprise. Two little visual spectra of men, ...
Robert Debs Heinl - 1966 - 367 pages
|knowledge to select a convenient place in the day of service, to plant his |
ordnance where he may do most hurt to the ... Shakespeare: King Henry V , iv, 7,
l598 Such I hold to be the genuine use of gunpowder; that it makes all men alike
|Dynamite, Nitrates, and the Making of the Modern World Stephen R. Bown. The |
change, not surprisingly, was resisted as long as ... The Scottish historian
Thomas Carlyle wrote that “gunpowder made all men tall.” Gunpowder weapons
|The fact appears to be but too clearly established that the Americans have some |
superior mode offiring.London Times ... Shakespeare:King HenryV, iv,7,1598
Such I hold to be the genuine use of gunpowder; that it makes all men alike tall.
|Introduction Such I hold to be the genuine use of gunpowder, that it makes all |
men alike tall. ... analyses of after action reports, films, etc. have questioned the
idealized accuracy of such smart weapons since the end of the Persian Gulf
|4.7 Gunpowder, Crafts, and Construction I had heard many reports from |
Bedouins of the use of 'ushar, the giant ... Nobody, however, seemed to have had
firsthand experience with the process, and some consultants, in particular the ... I
finally met some older and more experienced men who had actually made
gunpowder or had the information from their parents. ... The plant—a tall,
glaucous treelike perennial with leaves like opened leaves of cabbage—can be
found growing in many ...
|All of this was on a golden tablet. All of these men carved their names on this in a |
secret meeting on the date that was on it. Matt was dumb ... Gold for gun powder
King George came again one year later to make another business deal. He was ...
|They are used to kill and maim individuals and to destroy states and societies, |
and occasionally whole civilizations, and with these ... to represent no real
difference; battle was fought within line of sight and seldom lasted more than the
hours of daylight of a single day. ... boomerang, bow and arrow, sword and axe,
to gunpowder weapons of the rifle and machine gun of the late nineteenth
century. ... They installed a kind of rough democracy on the battlefield, making “all
men alike tall.