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February 13, 2012



Not all those who "wield" guns get shot.

From the Merriam—Webster online dictionary:

Definition of WIELD

transitive verb
1 chiefly dialect : to deal successfully with : manage
2 : to handle (as a tool) especially effectively
3 a : to exert one's authority by means of
b : have at one's command or disposal

wield·er noun
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Examples of WIELD

The man was wielding a gun.
Can he wield a hammer?
He wields a great deal of influence over his students.


those who wield guns, get shot

T. Martin

Justice Breyer probably understands more than most that he doesn't have any Constitutional right, under the U.S. Constitution, to bear arms, in a foreign country.

George Lyon

Maybe Justice Breyer will rethink his view that there is no Constitutional right to a firearm for self defense

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