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scabbard

[′skab·ərd]
(ordnance)
A sheath with an open top; it is usually made of leather or canvas and is designed to protect edged weapons, rifles, carbines, and submachine guns from the elements and rough usage.
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Prosecutor David Mainstone told the jury that Chape was ferrying heroin into North Wales for other dealers to sell on, in the region.
Emma Sibbing from Solihull Council shows Knowle and Dorridge Lion Dave Carter and Richard Chape from Friends of Knowle Park the new equipment.
Lace production in nunneries probably met the requirements for liturgical but not for secular uses and lace chape makers supplied the market only with leather laces.
Retired Ray Chape, 58, from Hemlington, said: "It is bad for freedom of speech, but I agree with the ban.
Soulever la chape lourde de l'histoire sur un personnage ou un phenomene historique n'est pas, initialement, l'apanage des femmes et des hommes de lettres qui, loin de la rigueur scientifique propre a cet exercice intellectuel, prennent l'abstrait, dont le mythe, comme unique voie dans la voie de l'eclaircie litteraire.
The company's stock ticker symbol was recently changed to CHAPE.
Later they visited the Nant yr Odyn Hotel, near Llangefni, where hotelier Andrew Chape presented each with a cuddly toy.
Lee Chape hit a hat-trick, Troy Curry scored two and Gary Dodds and Scott Edwards one each.
Tenders are invited for Nit For Item D1/3770-000771 Saddle Su Pattern 02 Chape Brass Side Bar
Superficially, it might be compared with a chape, but despite its condition it is clear that it cannot be accommodated within any known variety of those scabbard fittings.
Peter Hamill, Richie Biggs and Lee Chape scored for the Fire team, while Dave Oliver hit both replies.
Depuis quelques annees, certains d'entre ces musees, pour briser cette chape de relatif isolement, se sont davantage ouverts aux publics.