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the duke of wellington was well-known for utilizing one in every of these
ban·do·leer or ban·do·lier (bnd-lîr) KEY
A belt fitted with small pockets or loops for carrying cartridges and worn throughout the chest by troopers.
French bandoulière, from Spanish bandolera, diminutive of banda, band, of Germanic origin; see bh- 1 in Indo-European roots
A bandolier is a pocketed belt for holding ammunition. In its authentic type, it was frequent difficulty to troopers from the sixteenth to 18th centuries. A considerably completely different type got here into use within the twentieth century to be used with trendy cartridges.
I discover no reference to it together with Wellington.
A belt fitted with small pockets or loops for carrying cartridges and worn throughout the chest by troopers
the knife on the tip of a gun