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- A battle axe (also battle-axe, battle ax, or battle-ax) is an axe specifically designed for combat. Battle axes were specialized versions of utility axes...
- A battle-axe is a formidable woman – aggressive, domineering and forceful. The prime example was the militant temperance activist Carrie Nation, who actually...
- The Battle Axe culture, also called Boat Axe culture, is a Chalcolithic culture that flourished in the coastal areas of the south of the Scandinavian Peninsula...
- axe developed into the "flanged axe", then palstaves, and later winged and socketed axes. At least since the late Neolithic, elaborate axes (battle-axes...
- The Dane axe is an early type of battle axe, primarily used during the transition between the European Viking Age and early Middle Ages. Other names for...
- In real estate, a battle axe block, hammerhead block, hatchet block or flagpole block is a block of land situated behind another, with access to the street...
- The Norwegian battle axe, also called Norwegian peasant militia axe, Norwegian peasant axe or peasant battle axe (Norwegian: bondeøks or bondestridsøks)...
- tabarzin, which means "saddle axe" [in persian], Modern Turkish: teber) is a type of battle axe. The term tabar is used for axes originating from the Ottoman...
- The Battle of Bad Axe, also known as the Bad Axe M****acre, was a battle between Sauk (Sac) and Fox Indians and United States Army regulars and militia...
- Gillean of the Battle Axe, or Gilleain na Tuaighe in Scottish Gaelic, was the eponymous ancestor of Clan Maclean and Clan Maclaine of Lochbuie. He is considered...