Then taking a poisoned arrow from his quiver, he puts it in the blowpipe, and collects his breath for the fatal puff.
I asked, amazed at the skill with which he handled the blowpipe.
The use of the blowpipe has been inferred from metalline remains discovered in sepulchral tumuli of the Mississippi valley.
Only one of our men had been wounded,—he by an arrow from a blowpipe.
It exhibits before the blowpipe the same behavior as the protoxide.
He was well-satisfied with his performance, and pronounced his blowpipe a certain killer.
Somebody knocked out some keys with a sledge, and the blowpipe fell on the curved bar, making the holders of it grunt.
On this account it is a most useful reagent for the blowpipe.
A more perfect precipitation of the white powder was effected; but the results with the blowpipe remained the same.
Before the blowpipe the hyacinth loses its colour, but does not melt.