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QUARREL. A dispute; a difference. In law, particularly in releases, which are taken most strongly against the releasor, when a man releases all quarrels he is said to release all actions, real and personal. 8 Co. 153.

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A 49-year-old man presented to our emergency department (ED) with a crossbow bolt impaled his left anterior neck.
This year, they are offering a lighted nock for crossbow bolts.
The swan will undergo emergency surgery to have the crossbow bolts removed and is described as very poorly.
The inquest has heard he fired a number of crossbow bolts from a bedroom window of his rented terraced house as he angrily remonstrated with police.
The hulking killer was then seen knocking Suzanne unconscious, firing a crossbow bolt into her head and chest and knifing her in the back.
Because a crossbow bolt lies on, and in direct contact with, a ,rail for its entire length, that's much less of a factor.
The inquest has heard he indiscriminately fired a number of crossbow bolts from a bedroom window of his rented terraced house as he angrily remonstrated with police.
A SWAN was found shot through the back and pelvis with a crossbow bolt in Stanley Park, Anfield, in November 2007.
They attach fishing line to crossbow bolts and fire them over the prison wall and into cell windows.
ODAY 'S revelation that smugglers are firing crossbow bolts over the walls into Liverpool prison to deliver drugs and mobile phones to inmates is a deeply worrying one.
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Officer C said when he went into a garden backing on to Mr Richards house he was "aware" that crossbow bolts had been fired at unarmed colleagues.