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Observe also various forms of the bayonet, from the early plug bayonet to the later socketed type of that weapon.AUTHORISED GUIDE TO THE TOWER OF LONDONW. J. LOFTIE
Sandy swiftly socketed the bolt on the inside of the front door, turned the key and slid that into his pocket.RIMROCK TRAILJ. ALLAN DUNN
Sometimes they give trouble when the glue loosens, but the socketed club is much easier to break.THE COMPLETE GOLFER [1905]HARRY VARDON
So are various sorts of wrenches; as fixed, socketed, adjustable, monkey- and pipe-wrenches.HANDWORK IN WOODWILLIAM NOYES
Into each end was loosely socketed a beautifully moulded piece of ironwork to hold the fire-irons.A MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCEGORDON HOLMES
There was in his unblinking, deep-socketed eyes that highest emotion one can exercise toward another human being.THE WOLF CUBPATRICK CASEY
So he thrust his head out of the gap before mentioned, and examined the metal arm socketed in the wall.THE TREASURE OF PEARLSGUSTAVE AIMARD
Sometimes the sacred symbol was set up on a socketed pedestal 33(Fig. 9).MAZES AND LABYRINTHSW. H. MATTHEWS
Collison's forward-socketed Air Van renders it impossible for any plane to pitch.WITH THE NIGHT MAILRUDYARD KIPLING
The heel-post and meeting-post are socketed into cast-iron uprights, which also receive the ends of the horizontal beams.THE LIFE OF ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL, CIVIL ENGINEERISAMBARD BRUNEL

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