- wooden stick
- A heavy straight stick or club thrown as a weapon by aborigines.
- Eye witnesses say gunmen forced a train to stop in chiapas by blocking the rails with logs and stones.
- A stout wooden stick; a cudgel.
- Dressed as always in his homespun sacklike dhoti and leaning heavily on a staff of stout wood gandhi was only a few feet from the pagoda when the shots were fired.
- And lam me with a quarter-staff;
- He had his knapsack on his shoulders his cudgel in his hand a rough audacious weary and violent expression in his eyes.
- They throw up makeshift hovels made of whatever they can find-sticks fronds cardboard tarpaper or petrol tins.if they are lucky they may use corrugated iron.
- Stick boy and match girl in love.
- I've seen a perfomance in which it's this crabstick used to strike the big clock.no pics were taken.
- Main products are round log handle of besom mopstick shank of tool handle of beach parasol as well as processing a wide range of wooden craftwork materials.
- Ice cream or water ice on a small wooden stick.
- A long stick with a pointed end used for prodding animals.
- A one-handed fencing stick; a singlestick.
- He menaced the bank manager with a stick.
- Sometimes they used short sticks.