Definition of Shrapnels
1. shrapnel [n] - See also: shrapnel
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Literary usage of Shrapnels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Shrapnel Shell Manufacture: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Forging by Douglas Thomas Hamilton (1915)
"The firing must be carried out at such a range as to enable the recovery of the shrapnels for inspection and measuring of same; all shrapnels, before firing ..."
2. Shrapnel Shell Manufacture: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Forging by Douglas Thomas Hamilton (1915)
"If shrapnels recovered after the firing do not show in more than 15 per cent of ... All these shrapnels must be dismantled for the inspection of the central ..."
3. Book of Standards and Useful Information: Containing Tables of Sizes and by Reid T. Stewart, National Tube Co (1902)
"These (shrapnels are made of a^ Special Grade of Steel, and Forged from a Solid Billet. Shrapnel.Forging. These shrapnels are made of a Special Grade of ..."
4. Life of the Emperor Frederick by Margarete Landau Poschinger (1901)
"Then," he said, " the troops where the shrapnels were bursting had the advantage ?" " Yes," I replied. " I will explain that. The Guard Corps is fighting ..."
5. Brave Belgians by Camille Buffin, Alys Hallard (1918)
"Our Artillery then entered into action. The first Horse battery, manipulated by an energetic officer quite sure of himself, sent his shells and shrapnels ..."