Some articles on bows, bow:

List Of Premodern Combat Weapons - Ranged Weapons - Bows - Crossbows
... Arbalest, Arblast (European) Bullet Bow, English bullet bow, pellet crossbow (European) Crossbow, small crossbow (European, Chinese) Gastraphetes (Mediterranean) German stone bow ...
Bows Against The Barons
... Bows Against the Barons is a 1934 children's novel by British author Geoffrey Trease ... As Trease's first novel, Bows Against the Barons marks the start of his prolific career as a historical novelist ...
Bow Draw - Mongolian Draw and Release
... It was also used by Ishi, the last of the Yana, with his short bows ... only one digit is used, and this may help to avoid "string pinch" with shorter bows such as the composite bows normally used from horseback ... is normally used with the arrow on the right side of the bow for a right-handed archer, and on the left side of the bow for a left-handed archer ...
Man-prisoner (hieroglyph)
... The nine bows concept of internal ancient Egyptian rebels, as well as 'foreign' rebels, began with actual bows, for example under Pharaoh Djoser's feet ...
Charles Peccatte
... – 22 October 1918) was a French Archetier (bow maker) ... The early work includes very individual bows which can be described as of the Peccatte school but many of which have heads modelled somewhat after the early type of bow by François Tourte ... Here he moved into a more contemporary style of bow making also using different brand stamp ...

Famous quotes containing the word bows:

    I then went to the Parade. I saw the King. It was a glorious sight.... As a loadstone moves needles, or a storm bows the lofty oaks, did Frederick the Great make the Prussian officers submissive bend as he walked majestic in the midst of them.
    James Boswell (1740–1795)

    Come with bows bent and with emptying of quivers,
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    —A.C. (Algernon Charles)

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    Sarah Fielding (1710–1768)