I—a little boy—see them do it: see them kill my father—with bolos.
Thus if there be three bolos, they take one; if there be a chicken “left over,” they take it.
They had belts made of round shells from which hung their bolos.
The Ilocano did not know enough to give them bolos to eat, but knew of medicine only.
He has different ideas, and he can't be pressured by the bolos.
Their weapons are bows and arrows, lances, daggers, and bolos.
Their bolos are like sabers and they use lances, bows, and arrows.
He, too, had spent years in foreign warfare; his experiences are graphically told in Bullets and Bolos.
The assailants numbered twenty-eight men, and were variously armed with lances, bolos and daggers.
They burst open the desks, drawers, and wardrobes, cutting and hacking the furniture with their bolos in wanton mischief.