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Definition of Bricole

Bricole
Bricole Bri*cole", n. 1. An ancient kind of military catapult. 2. In court tennis, the rebound of a ball from a wall of the court; also, the side stroke or play by which the ball is driven against the wall; hence, fig., indirect action or stroke. 3. (Billiards) A shot in which the cue ball is driven first against the cushion.
Bricole
Bricole Bri*cole", n. [F.] (Mil.) A kind of traces with hooks and rings, with which men drag and maneuver guns where horses can not be used.

Meaning of Bricole from wikipedia

- The mangonel, also called the traction trebuchet, was a type of trebuchet or siege engine used in Ancient China starting from the Warring States period...
- Freemasons (Svenska Frimurare Orden) Order of Coldin (Coldinuorden) Par Bricole (Par Bricole [sv]) Order of Svea (Svea Orden) Geatish Society (Götiska Förbundet)...
- a pillory. The barbican is decorated with a small medieval garden. A "Bricole", a kind of catapult, as well as a panorama of the bay of St Malo are also...
- magician's prop, he taught six of his birds—Boubou, Bamboo, Bill, Black, Bricole, and Baco—to deliver bits of trash to the box and exchange them for food...
- see full-scale replicas of huge siege engines, including a couillard, bricole, ballista, and the biggest trebuchet in Europe, which is launched during...
- captured by the British Bourbon Alliance-cl**** 36 1783 never completed Bricole 36 1764 build in France, Le Havre Confederacy Alliance-cl**** 36 1778–1781...
- included frigates, Rattlesnake, Bricole, and Truite (26), the brigs Notre Dame (16), and Comet; also General Moultrie (20). Bricole, Truite, Notre Dame and General...
- light the turret. It was here the Germans first used a bricole on Estonian soil. With the bricole they threw rocks into the stronghold day and night, inflicting...
- replaced in the 1770s by the more structured Bacchanalian society Par Bricole [sv], which still exists in the 21st century. It enabled Bellman to publish...
- 32 guns) USS Boston (50 marines, 30 guns) South Carolina state ships: Bricole (44 guns) General Moultrie (20 guns) Notre Dame (16 guns) Marquis de Britigney...
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