*noun:*- a conventional product of distance equal to the width of a clenched fist aided by the flash extended (approx. 6½ ins or 16½ centimetres).

- about seven ins; the breadth of a fist with all the thumb stuck down (used particularly in archery to provide the correct distance associated with the string from the bow)
- a conventional device of distance equal to the width of a clenched fist utilizing the flash extended (approx. 6½ ins or 16½ centimetres).
- about seven inches; the breadth of a fist because of the thumb stuck down (used particularly in archery to give the appropriate length for the sequence through the bow)
- A traditional device of distance equal to the width of a clenched fist using flash extended (approx. 6½ ins or 16½ centimetres).
- about seven inches; the breadth of a fist utilizing the flash stuck completely (used especially in archery to provide the most suitable distance associated with the string through the bow)
- a conventional product of distance corresponding to the width of a clenched fist because of the thumb offered (approx. 6½ inches or 16½ centimetres).
- about seven ins; the breadth of a fist using the thumb stuck down (used particularly in archery to offer appropriate length associated with sequence from the bow)
- A traditional unit of distance equal to the width of a clenched fist with the thumb extended (approx. 6½ inches or 16½ centimetres).
- about seven ins; the breadth of a fist using the flash stuck away (used especially in archery to offer the appropriate length associated with the string from the bow)
- A traditional unit of distance equal to the width of a clenched fist with the thumb extended (approx. 6½ inches or 16½ centimetres).
- a conventional unit of length equal to the width of a clenched fist using thumb extended (approx. 6½ inches or 16½ centimetres).
- about seven inches; the breadth of a fist with the flash stuck down (used particularly in archery to give appropriate distance of string through the bow)
- about seven inches; the breadth of a fist using the flash stuck down (used especially in archery to offer the correct distance of the sequence from the bow)
- A traditional product of distance corresponding to the width of a clenched fist using flash extended (approx. 6½ ins or 16½ centimetres).
- about seven inches; the breadth of a fist utilizing the thumb stuck out (used especially in archery to give the right length regarding the sequence from bow)
- a normal product of distance equal to the width of a clenched fist using the thumb extended (approx. 6½ ins or 16½ centimetres).
- about seven inches; the breadth of a fist using thumb stuck on (used especially in archery to provide the most suitable length associated with the sequence from the bow)

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