Hilt was a collective group of Vancouver musicians, usually referred to as a side project of the group Skinny Puppy. The group comprised Alan Nelson, a seminal member of many local Vancouver rock and punk groups, on vocals, with cEvin Key and D.R. Goettel on instruments. Originally named The Flu, the group was assembled whenever cEvi
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- the handle of a sword or dagger
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the assembled parts of the sword excluding the blade, ie the guard, pad, grip and pommel Hit:to strike the opponent with the point of the sword clearly and distinctly and with character of penetration. A cut with a sabre
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the assembled parts of the sword excluding the blade, ie the guard, pad, grip and pommel
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The hand grip of a sword or dagger. Until the 15thC, swords usually had a straight hilt with a crossguard and pommel. Later hilts are more elaborate, in terms of both protection and decoration. See sword.
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[ Anglo-Saxon hilt
; akin to Old High German helza
, Prov. German hilze
, Icelandic hjalt
A handle; especially, the handle of a sword, dagger, or the like.
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the handle of a sword or dagger
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• (n.) A handle; especially, the handle of a sword, dagger, or the like.
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The hilt (rarely called the haft) of a sword is its handle, consisting of a guard, grip and pommel. The guard may contain a crossguard or quillons. A ricasso may also be present, but this is rarely the case. A tassel or sword knot may be attached to the guard or pommel. ==Pommel== The pommel (derived from the Latin for a "little apple") is an en..
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The hand grip of a sword or dagger. Until the 15thC, swords usually had a straight hilt with a crossguard and pommel. Later hilts are more elaborate, in terms of both protection and decoration.
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refers to the handle of a sword to collectively include the guard, grip, pommel, etc. The styles of hilt are often the basis of classification of swords, as is the case with the Viking Age, and provide clues as to where and when a particular sword may have been hilted. Just as old sword blades might be rehilted to suit the tastes or changing fortun
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Everything that you hold. The handle of a sword, consisting of guard, grip, and pommel. Italian grip weapons will also have quillions and a ricasso as a part of the hilt.
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