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Gun

An ancient Sumerian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 30 kilograms.
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at least one group of scholars, "about two-thirds of gunless adults
In his epic book on this period, Pierre Berton points out that "Dawson was a gunless town, virtually devoid of violence," and he concludes with pride that the Klondike story shows "that our history and geography have helped to make us a distinct people--not better and not worse--but different in style, background, attitude and temperament from our neighbours.
A close relative to the unmasked and gunless bank robber comes in the form of a satisfaction or payoff of a mortgage.
Of course, a gun show without guns is rather like a meatless hamburger--no one expected much of an audience for gunless gun shows.
On the other side, the court's supporters saw peaceful gunless England as proof that crime could be curbed by restricting guns.
When Clint first invited me over for this ground squirrel shoot I was gunless.
He explicitly separates himself from a shooting expedition in Udaipur, taking 'a gunless seat in the background' (p.
The claims that the men were gunless and that Arnold distributed Brown Besses are nowhere in the cited source.
is showing the new AccuPak foam-in-bag packaging machine, said to be the first gunless and cartridge-free dispensing system of its kind.