See also:plate, such as the cap upon the
See also:needle in the compass, also the transverse guard of a sword which protects the
See also:hand . From the
See also:original meaning comes the use of the word as a support or catch to attach one thing to another, as the
See also:hook on a
See also:belt to which the sword is fastened . The word is also used for the tip of a
See also:brush .
CHAPBOOK (from the O. Eng. chap, to buy and sell)
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