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guns

n. the biceps; large muscular arms. (see also pythons.) He lifts weights to build up his guns.
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Not only that, but it flashed into my mind at the same moment that the round-shot and the powder for the gun had been left behind, and a stroke with an axe would put it all into the possession of the evil ones abroad.
Then you stand still and keep quiet--never ask a man to hold your head, young un--keep quiet while the guns are being put together, and then you watch the little poppy shells drop down into the tree-tops ever so far below.
The paper-boat tossed up and down, and in the middle of the stream it went so quick that the Tin-soldier trembled; but he remained steadfast, showed no emotion, looked straight in front of him, shouldering his gun.
But it is not a gun for powder," answered the Captain.
The ordinary traffic had been stopped, I believe, in order to allow of the passage of troops and guns to Chertsey, and I have heard since that a savage struggle occurred for places in the special trains that were put on at a later hour.
They bent their heads in aims of intent hatred behind the projected hammers of their guns.
He stood with a map on Mercator's projection before him, swaying to the swinging of the ship and talking of guns and tonnage, of ships and their build and powers and speed, of strategic points, and bases of operation.
The gun rang out with a deafening metallic roar, and a whistling grenade flew above the heads of our troops below the hill and fell far short of the enemy, a little smoke showing the spot where it burst.
There were hidden machine guns, too, that bothered the colonel considerably.
For a few minutes, the sharp cracking of guns ahead warned them to haste, but finally the reports dwindled to an occasional shot, presently ceasing altogether.
And it was guns and ammunition, ammunition and guns--the unceasing and eternal cry.
The Armstrong, Palliser, and Beaulieu guns were compelled to bow before their transatlantic rivals.
But at that very instant both suddenly heard a shrill whistle which, as it were, smote on their ears, and both suddenly seized their guns and two flashes gleamed, and two gangs sounded at the very same instant.
And remind me to have a board done about trespassers, and spring guns, and all that sort of thing, to keep the common people out.
May it please your Majesty, I have here a formula for constructing armour-plating which no gun can pierce.