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broadhead

[brawd-hed] /ˈbrɔdˌhɛd/
noun
1.
a flat, triangular, steel arrowhead with sharp edges.
2.
an arrow having such an arrowhead.
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  • broadhead skinks spend much of their time in large trees but will come to the ground to search for insects.
  • broadhead asks public defenders from all over the state for referrals of appeals for indigent defendants.
  • broadhead stated she is working on their self-study report.

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