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the pointed head or striking tip of an arrow

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This good-looking young Indian is scouting on the track of the Siouxes--you may see it by his arrow-heads, and his paint; ay, and by his eye, too; for a Red-skin lets his natur' follow the business he is on, be it for peace, or be it for war,--quiet, Hector, quiet.
The arrow-head of the PDP members and a former party secretary in Ijero Local Government Area, Olurotimi Akande, made the accusation in a statement made available to Nigerian Tribune, alleging that he and some other 50 party members were been sidelined by the PDP State Working Committee, contrary to an order of national chairman, Prince Uche Secondus, and Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa State.
Kipchoge and the only other competitors, Eritrean Zersenay Tadese and Ethiopian Lelisa Desisa, ran behind an arrow-head formation of pacemakers, to reduce drag, and a car beaming a green line on the road behind it to show the required speed for the sub-two hour target.
Behind the pub was the big-windowed dealership for Reliant three-wheelers, where lightly-scented salesmen wore sharp suits with arrow-head hankies in the breast pockets.
Phil Godman at fly-half seemed twice the player he was during a dismal first season back at the club, the Scot dabbing his side into the corners and quietly providing for the host of willing runners converging around him like an arrow-head.
Woinarowicz will join the Arrow-head in October, the NCUA said.
Luke Fielden and Ryan Shortland flying off their wings to create an arrow-head formation for Helleur's midfield burst was a most welcome sight for a side desperately short on tries last season, and the opening score was not long in coming, as Tim Swinson took an inside ball to smash his way over the try-line 15 minutes in.
From its arrow-head nose and fared in headlamps to its short, rounded tail, the styling is distinctive without resorting to retro styling cues.
TERRY VENABLES (1993-1996): With Alan Shearer as the arrow-head on the "Christmas Tree" and Teddy Sheringham deep, England passed their way to the brink of Euro 96 glory.