As I've stated, I am eremitic and known as keeping to myself around here--I know my neighbours but just enough--but the necessary process of pulling caltrop
(we never use spray and have a caveat with the shire saying the roadside at our boundary cannot be sprayed) briefly changes that.
and the implied prongs can describe the painful feelings inflicted by identity conflicts; the reliable positioning of random placement might parallel the dialectic, dynamic complexity of identity enactment.
The cercariae are released from the snails and encyst (become metacercariae) on various water plants such as water caltrop
, water chestnut, lotus (on the roots), and water bamboo.
The city will pay $454,000 to Caltrop
Nineteen-year-old Matthew Shaw, of Caltrop
Place, had also punched and injured a male who had been making his way home from a night out in the city centre.
Operators: The new operators are called Caltrop
I will do my walk around the block before starting to pull caltrop
sangamonensis Clokey, Sangamon caltrop
Jacobs is part of a team led by Lim & Nascimento (LAN Engineering) and Caltrop
Matthew Shaw, of Caltrop
Place, admitted two charges of assault when he appeared at Stirling Sheriff Court on Monday - one of them an assault to injury.
, spikes closely resembling ninja stars, have been left across town, puncturing some 100 tires, (http://www.
(much smaller, sharp-edged version of the hedgehog) and tire spike.
Tire deflation Caltrops
spikes would be very effective.
Most recently Heppell has pressed home the evolutionary interactionist paradigm and, in Freemanesque style, arranges his defensive caltrops
against incursions into the anthropological territory of the Iban, so that an extended appendix is devoted exclusively to a criticism of Gavin, who is seen as the insufficiently trained and culturally unaware intruder (Heppell 2014: Appendix 1, 149-69).
Very specific types of weaponry are annotated: bows, cheirotoxobolistrae or tzangrae (crossbows), catapults, ballista bolts, caltrops
, pikes, corseques (trident stave weapons), and--the most feared of all--the unquenchable flaming oil known as "Greek fire.