MACES


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MACESMid-Atlantic Coalition of Essential Schools (National Coalition of Essential Schools member; school reform network)
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They were armed to the teeth with lance, sword, and mace, with square shields notched at the upper right-hand corner to serve as a spear-rest.
Diminutive footmarks, toes never fettered by boots, naked feet, stone-headed wooden mace, great agility, small poisoned darts.
The watchmen in Germany, had formerly, and in some places they still carry with them, on their rounds at night, a sort of mace or club, known in ancient times by the above denomination.
At that moment the man had forced me to the foot of my bed and brandished in over my head a sort of mace.
We're not going to keep him ten minutes," Mace replied.