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carbine

[′kär‚bēn]
(ordnance)
A rifle of short length and light weight.

Carbine

 

a short, lightweight rifle. The precursor of the carbine was invented at the end of the 15th century. From the 18th century through the first half of the 20th century it was included in the armament of the cavalry and artillery. After World War I1 (193945) the improved automatic carbine became part of the armament of most armies. Certain hunting rifles are also called carbines. [I 1–1 102–31

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(8.) Jean-Philippe Warren, <<Compte rendu de Nicole Neatby, Carabins ou activistes?>>, Recherches sociographiques, vol.
In order to exorcise their fear and to fight against their disgust, medical students (nicknamed "carabins") did not hesitate to make stupid jokes or to play with body parts (Godeau 27-39).
It represents a logical companion volume to Denise Carabin's recent historical study titled Henri Estienne, erudit, novateur, polemiste: Etude sur Ad Senecae lectionem proodopoeiae (2006).
Loie Fuller was the subject of a series of sculptures by Carabin, as well as other mementos, and a film of her dancing is shown above fourteen variations (borrowed from ten collections) of Lautrec's ethereal lithograph, each printed in a unique colour combination.
(17.) Fernand Dumont, [much less than] L'heure dominicale ou la maladie infantile du catholicisme [much greater than], Le Carabin, IX, 25, 15 mars, 1950, p.
Kim Carabin, manager, sales and marketing decision support, Mead School & Office Products, point out that supermarkets are not getting their fair share of the back-to-school season.
Carabin, "Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS): History and Description," Toxicology Letters 150, 3-18 (2004).
By Denise Carabin. Etudes et essais sur la Renaissance, 66.
Denise Carabin. Henri Estienne, erudit, novateur, polemiste: Etude sur Ad Senecae lectionem Proodopoeiae.
The Eliokem management team remains unchanged with Jacques Collonge as president and CEO; Philippe Carabin, CFO; Rick Sandford, commercial director; Olivier Faussadier, manufacturing and technology director and Anne Chaumeret, human resource director.
(17) Fernand Dumont, << L'heure dominicale ou la maladie infantile du catholicisme >>, Le Carabin, IX, 25, 15 mars, 1950, p.