Gun

[Gigolo Aunts song] `Gun` is a song written and performed by Gigolo Aunts. It was released as a single in March 1993 on Fire Records and appears on the Gigolo Aunts` album, Flippin` Out. The white label promo single has a different track listing than that released for commercial consumption, replacing the `Take Me On` B-side with `Sled`. Bo...
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Gun

Gun is British slang for the penis.
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gun

[n] - a weapon that discharges a missile at high velocity (especially from a metal tube or barrel) 2. [n] - the discharge of a gun as signal or as a salute in military ceremonies 3. [v] - shoot with a gun
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Gun

Gun (gŭn) noun [ Middle English gonne , gunne ; of uncertain origin; confer Ir., Gael., & Late Latin gunna , W. gum ; possibly (like cannon) from Latin canna reed, tube; or abbreviated from Old French mangonnel , English mangonel , a machine for...
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Gun

Gun intransitive verb To practice fowling or hunting small game; -- chiefly in participial form; as, to go gunning.
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1. A weapon which throws or propels a missile to a distance; any firearm or instrument for throwing projectiles by the explosion of gunpowder, consisting of a tube or barrel closed at one end, in which the projectile is placed, with an explosive charge behind, which is ignited by various means. Muskets, rifles, carbines, and fowling pieces are smal...
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gun

noun the discharge of a firearm as signal or as a salute in military ceremonies; `two runners started before the gun`; `a twenty gun salute`
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Gun

• of Gin • (n.) A piece of heavy ordnance; in a restricted sense, a cannon. • (v. i.) To practice fowling or hunting small game; -- chiefly in participial form; as, to go gunning. • (n.) A weapon which throws or propels a missile to a distance; any firearm or instrument for throwing projectiles by the explosion of gunpowder, ......
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Gun

(from the article `art, African`) ...Brightly coloured appliqué cloth is used on state umbrellas and chiefs` caps. A popular art is calabash carving. The greatest achievements of Fon ...
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(from the article `Japan`) ...century established the ri (roughly corresponding to the later village community) as the basic social and economic unit and the gun (district) as ... ...or ch), and village (mura or son). All these local government units have their own mayors, or chiefs, and assemblies. Before World War II there ... [2 r...
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gun

weapon consisting essentially of a metal tube from which a missile or projectile is shot by the force of exploding gunpowder or some other ... [18 related articles]
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Gun

A gun is a normally tubular weapon or other device designed to discharge projectiles or other material. The projectile may be solid, liquid, gas or energy and may be free, as with bullets and artillery shells, or captive as with Taser probes and whaling harpoons. The means of projection varies according to design but is usually effected by the act...
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a unit that conveys all services necessary to the arc for welding, cutting or allied processes, e.g. current, gas, coolant, electrode NOTE - In the case of a torch the handle is co-axial with the body and the neck maybe straight or curved. In the case of a gun the handle is substantially perpendicular to the body.
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gun

gun, in general, any weapon that discharges shot, shells, or bullets by the explosion of gunpowder or some other explosive from a straight tube. See firearm; artillery; small arms.
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gun

Any kind of firearm or any instrument consisting of a metal tube from which a projectile is discharged; see also artillery, machine gun, pistol, and small arms
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Gun

[Staffordshire] Gun is an undistinguished hill at the southern end of the Peak District. The hill is mainly moorland with some small wooded areas. Gun is often overlooked by walkers who prefer the neighbouring peaks of The Roaches, Hen Cloud and Ramshaw rocks. However it still features typical moorland scenery and some pleasant hill walking...
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Gun

[Swedish name] Gun or Gunn is an old name formed from gunnr (battle) and is cognate with the Old English word `gúð`. Gunnr is one of the valkyries. The equivalent male name is Gunnar. The earliest attestation of the name is on the Rök Stone where it occurs as part of a kenning for wolf: I say this the twelfth, where the horse of Gunnr se...
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GUN

[video game] where I stand on the political compass ...
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Gun

[video game] During its first month, the game sold 225,000 copies across the four console systems for which it was initially released. The game had sold over 1.4 million units in the United States as of October 2008. It was well received by game critics and won numerous awards, including GameSpy`s `Xbox 360 Action Game of the Year.` ==Gamep...
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Gun

[cellular automaton] In a cellular automaton, a gun is a pattern with a main part that repeats periodically, like an oscillator, and that also periodically emits spaceships. There are then two periods that may be considered: the period of the spaceship output, and the period of the gun itself, which is necessarily a multiple of the spaceshi...
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GUN

A cannon, not to be confused with a pistol or a musket.
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Gun

A military service levy or tax.
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Gun

Taxpayers in the 16th century who rendered military service or provided soldiers in return for an exemption on rice/money taxation.
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Gun

The blank firing pistol used by the starter to start the races. This form of starting signal is now very rarely
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gun

See starters gun.
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