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Definition of Bipod
1. a two-legged support [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bipod
Literary usage of Bipod
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1. An Experimental Inquiry Into the Nature and Propagation of Heat by John Leslie (1804)
"... which corresponds almost exactly to bipod-heat. On that supposition, a or « vanishes, and the formula, dropping its last member, passes into f = i (Log. ..."
2. Union Pamphlets (1799)
"Wbea the bipod, wo't Jrv>fc- a&^'S *• v/lr *^-lfV* 1 ^«"*^ **• I 1 V / circulates "Rawe^mroueh our veins, ..."
3. A Manual of Church History by Albert Henry Newman (1899)
"For this reason we cry aloud and spare not; as saith the prophet: " If thou declare not unto the wicked his evil way, his bipod will I require at thy hand " ..."