Blow

Blow may refer to:

  • Exhalation
  • Strike (attack)
  • Cocaine

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Other articles related to "blow, blows":

SCA Heavy Combat - Rules
... If a limb is hit with what the recipient determines to be a blow with significant force, it cannot be used thereafter ... For the purposes of calling blows, all combatants are considered to be armoured in a mail hauberk, wearing an open-faced helmet with a nasal (nose protection) even if they are, in reality, wearing more or less ... For that reason, a draw cut or glancing blow would have no effect, while a solid blow is considered to have defeated or penetrated the armour ...
Scottish Lullaby - Lyrics
... Blow the wind, blow Swift and low Blow the wind o'er the ocean ... Breakers rolling to the coastline Bringing ships to harbor Gulls against the morning sunlight Flying off to freedom! ...
Say Blow By Blow Backwards
... Say Blow By Blow Backwards is the second and last album by Fred Wesley and the Horny Horns featuring Maceo Parker ... The CD reissue contains remixes of "Half A Man" and "Say Blow By Blow Backwards" as well as an interview with Bootsy Collins ...
Blow - In Other Uses
... Blow (drink), a brand of energy drink Blow job, a type of oral sex Blowing or insufflation, a method of ingesting cocaine Blown, an erotic novel by Philip José Farmer, sequel of The Image of the Beast ...
List Of United States Political Families (B) - The Blows
... George Blow, Jr ... Blow ... Blow (1817–1875), Missouri State Representative 1854-1858, U.S ...

Famous quotes containing the word blow:

    God is a character, a real and consistent being, or He is nothing. If God did a miracle He would deny His own nature and the universe would simply blow up, vanish, become nothing.
    Joyce Cary (1888–1957)

    The name of a man is a numbing blow from which he never recovers.
    Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)

    He would diligently play
    On the Zoetrope all day,
    And blow the gay Pantechnicon all night.
    Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (1836–1911)