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penknife

a small knife with one or more blades that fold into the handle; pocketknife
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It comes just a week after Dwayne Ward, 17, was attacked with a pen-knife and slashed with a razor after a night out in the popular tourist resort.
A week or so later, one of his daughters returned to the site with a pen-knife to leave a marker.
Sam is well-prepared for the expedition with a tent and pen-knife but Suzy chooses to pack her books and a battery-powered record player.
London, Sep 15 (ANI): At least three viewers who went at the preview screening of Danny Boyle's new film fainted after watching the gruesome scenes in the movie about an adventurer who amputates his own arm with a pen-knife.
The OAP said in a statement that one of the men produced a pen-knife, and started slashing his furniture.
Industries Sponsor Award for her disaster aid shelter pack, which includes an outer pack that folds out into a tent containing water purifying tablets, a collapsible lightweight water bottle, wind and waterproof matches and a pen-knife.
He raised his eyebrows and without a word took a pen-knife out of his pocket and cut a corner off the canvas bag of yeast.
He probably skips out on to the course with catapults, conkers, gobstoppers and a pen-knife bulging in the pockets of his shorts.
Many adult men will recall owning a pen-knife or Swiss Army knife as a boy and showing it off without any intention of committing a crime, or even suspecting that what they possessed was considered a weapon at all.
The assailant produced a short pen-knife style knife which he held to the victim's neck as he forced him to walk round the house.
IRELAND winger star Kevin Kilbane was hit with a pen-knife thrown from the crowd amid disgraceful scenes against Georgia in Tiblisi yesterday.
Many of them were collected in Pen-Knife Sketches (1853) and Old Block's Sketch-Book (1856).