There was an army of a thousand spears, bladed with iron from certain small hills in the north between Vestoia and Spearman City.
The bladed cylinder is likewise mounted on four ball-bearings.
A two bladed propellor drove the craft at a six or seven knot rate.
Dropping their bladed sticks, they again betook them to their bows.
This figure shows a propeller with four blades, but two and three bladed ones, particularly for small craft, are mostly used.
While five of them are good two bladed knives, one of them is a splendid four bladed one!
He was a hero, for he had been out "where the fields were shot, sown and bladed thick with steel," and was coming back to die.
The victor dropped the bladed end of his weapon, and surveyed his foe, with astonishment, then pity.
The moon was shedding a pale light upon the woods and the stream, "decking with liquid pearl the bladed grass."
The principle of division into two or more sections applies equally to two, three, or four bladed ordinary propellers.