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edged

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. We were edged and full of rich food. We needed only to sleep.
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Almost all of the research on edged-weapon assaults has come from Great Britain where, due to their stringent gun laws, attacks most likely occur with an edged weapon, rather than a firearm.
Unlike the studies conducted in the United Kingdom that involved only knives, this study included swords, machetes, sickle-shaped implements, gardening tools, and various edged weapons indigenous to Indonesia, such as the curved karambit.
A review of 20 years of law enforcement injury reports in the United States indicated that on average, 1, 358 officers are attacked with edged weapons each year.
The 21-foot rule, a dogma of law enforcement training, has held that at a distance closer than 21 feet, a suspect with an edged weapon in hand could stab an officer before that officer could fire two shots.
Unlike shooting a firearm, lashing out with an edged weapon is a primitive, instinctive action that a subject can accomplish in that 10- to 15-second window.
To install wood edging, select a decay-resistant, dimensioned lumber, typically a 2 x 6, and cut to length for each section to be edged. Cut enough 1 foot long 1 x 2 treated stakes to place one at both ends of each edging piece and one every 2 feet along the perimeter.