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pocketknife

a small knife with one or more blades that fold into the handle; penknife
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There are many hard-use pocketknife designs with the ability to handle tough chores.
The Dubai Court of First Instance convicted the defendant of attacking the officer with a pocketknife when he tried to apprehended him.
From the oxidized artillery shell fragment, a pocketknife, percussion caps, friction primers, and the 1920 coins were also recovered from the encrustation that had formed, binding all metal items together.
A pocketknife that has traces of a preservative used in sausages.
Deputy from the Republican People's Party (CHP) Mahmut Tanal stated that the prosecutors did not find anything even a pocketknife in the companies of Koza ypek Holding but they reacted to companies as if they are terrorist organizations.
When a school official discovered a pocketknife in Atiya Haynes' purse, the 17-year-old gave two very good reasons for why she had violated the district's zero tolerance weapons policy: necessity and negligence.
A 59-year-old resident of the Oregon Coast faces a felony assault charge for allegedly beating a man with a stick and stabbing him with a pocketknife, Lane County sheriff's officials said.
Protesters were allegedly caught in Fayoum with two grenades, a pocketknife, and a check for EGP 5000.
Pocketknife and Fatherly Advice Are Treasured Gifts
The 22-year-old Frenchman, identified only by his first name Alexandre, bought the juice and the pocketknife used in the attack an hour beforehand.
The alleged Southbridge threat was made by the same 16-year-old male student who had brought a pocketknife to school Dec.
At one point during his years in the jungle he was deathly ill and had his appendix removed by a Filipino doctor who used a pocketknife and no anesthesia.