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Spears

Britney . born 1981, US pop singer; records include the single "Baby One More Time" (1998) and the album Britney (2001)
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He could not put out a fire with a spear, therefore he invented the extinguisher.
They turned too, and ran after me, throwing spears at me and trying to cut me off.
And now that I have a spear I shall show Numa, too, what it means to have me for a foe.
168} and he grasped two redoubtable bronze-shod spears.
Till now they have been warring upon the plain, mad with lust of battle, but now they have left off fighting, and are leaning upon their shields, sitting still with their spears planted beside them.
Instantly eight thousand spears were lifted in answer, and from eight thousand throats rang out the royal salute of "/Koom/.
Numabo and his warriors, realizing now the relatively small numbers of the apes against them, had made a determined stand and with spears and other weapons were endeavoring to overcome the invaders.
Two in advance held lighted torches in their left hands and ready spears in their right.
Their spears were tipped with it, as were their arrows, and they cooked in vessels made all of solid metal like my armlet.
As meets a rock a thousand waves, so Erin met Swaran of spears.
But he uttered a great shout and waving his spears like fire, he rushed headlong at strong Heracles, longing to kill him, and hurled a brazen spear upon the great shield, for he was furiously angry because of his dead son; but bright-eyed Athene reached out from the car and turned aside the force of the spear.
With war spears they loosened the thick, black loam and the deep layers of rotting vegetation.