Also, a thin or narrow strip of lumber attached to sailcloth to keep it flat or taut. The distribution of this snake and its subspecies is extensive, including higher elevations and islands. Interlingua, Esperanto, and Ido. Early experiments with electrical circuits were surpassed by line-of-sight visual codes "tachygraphy": Also, a slope or acclivity.
Also, anything resembling a ball, from a globular finial to a round-bottomed flask.
Also, short for barrier, as an obstacle, hindrance, or obstruction; to be behind bars, or protected by a mosquito bar [nb: Before women were accepted into military service during WWII, this acronym purportedly meant "Bad Assed Marine", referring to troublemakers and malcontents.
Also, a quantity of gravel or similar broken material used to stabilize a bank, a bed, or a barrier by adding fill [v: The telephone was accidentally invented in while attempting to upgrade the duplex and quadruplex modes of telegraphy with an experimental harmonic multiplexer.
Pinckney, who purportedly said "Not a penny! Also, inset land or inlet water, as a cove or bight. In WWII, BASTARDs included airborne and ranger units, while in Vietnam they were cavalry and artillery units, assigned and reassigned wherever needed, usually with less support and higher casualties than "parented" units.
Also, a horizontal band on an heraldic shield. The military sense of this term, unlike civilian interpretations of "illegitimate", "spurious", "abhorent", or "abnormal", hearkens to its origin of "unacknowledged offspring" [nb: Originally a wide leather belt with loops for each additional SHELL, but has evolved into a belt of pouches containing clipped ammunition, ready for stripping into empty magazines MAG.
Morse was credited with the "bi-signal" patent.
NON LA patterned in a traditional or tribal style; a neutral or unbiased reference to an oriental, also expressed as "straw hat" or "rice stick". Browning Automatic Rifle; a heavy. Firearms Glossary ] Also, part of the exterior nomenclature of artillery cannon or main gun tube, a cover for the chamber situated between the muzzle and breechblock for the attachment of the recoil system slides and recuperators; see GUN MOUNT, ARTY.The emphasis of this educational reference is on words and phrases that appear in published works about war and military service; and amongst this jargon and slang, there is no pretense of objectivity or completeness, which may be readily found in official documents or government resources.Download