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COLT. An animal of the horse species, whether male or female, not more than four years old. Russ. & Ry. 416.

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Pagina 92, donde dice: <<Samuel Colt patenta el revolver que lleva su nombre>>; debe decir: <<A un siglo de que Samuel Colt patentara el revolver que lleva su nombre, se publica el primer catalogo de armas al alcance de cualquier ciudadano estadounidense>>.
Samuel Colt died in 1862, aged 47, of natural causes brought on by the stress and exhaustion of his work.
Samuel Clemens, better known as Mark Twain, was born on November 30, 1835 in Florida, Missouri, less than six weeks after Samuel Colt obtained the English patent for his first revolver.
Enter the Babylon system : unpacking gun culture from Samuel Colt to 50 Cent.
The exhibition will explore the history and artistry of some of the world's most famous firearms, and the life and times of their innovative creator, Samuel Colt.
Not until 1849 to 1859, Bellesiles reports, did the percentages of households with guns increase, largely due to the successful advertising of Samuel Colt.
One of the best known was Samuel Colt, who achieved long lasting fame as the inventor of the first mass produced revolver: He raised the money needed to patent his invention with his public exhibitions of laughing gas.
Colt, brother of Samuel Colt, the famous revolver manufacturer and several less glamorous murder cases, Monkonnen evaluates weapon choice as one with class meaning.
Last month Mueller was inducted into the Sporting Goods Industry Hall of Fame, joining such figures as Samuel Colt of Colt Firearms, Adi Dassler of Adidas Shoes & Apparel and A.
Fenster describes how students at Yale held "ether frolics" in the 1820s and gun entrepreneur Samuel Colt raised funds at an ether show where the audience could pay to inhale.
Fenster describes how students at Yale held "ether frolics" in the 1820s and gun etherprepreneur Samuel Colt raised funds at an other show where the audience could pay to inhale.