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Bayonet Point, FL -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Florida
Population (2000): 23577
Housing Units (2000): 12628
Land area (2000): 5.603926 sq. miles (14.514102 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.076106 sq. miles (0.197114 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 5.680032 sq. miles (14.711216 sq. km)
FIPS code: 04162
Located within: Florida (FL), FIPS 12
Location: 28.322903 N, 82.683957 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
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Bayonet Point, FL
Bayonet Point

Usage examples of "bayonet point".

Most of these Turks were moonfaced and nineteen - and the same stock as those who stormed through naval gunfire at Gallipoli to drive the Anzacs back into the sea at bayonet point.

He watched him try the bayonet point on all the other crosses within reach.

The cheers became vengeful screams, and from the top of the Medellin the General Officers watched as the first line of the French attack disintegrated and the line of Germans and Guardsmen chased them backwards, pursuing the shattered columns at bayonet point across the stream, past the horse artillery which had simply been abandoned by the enemy without firing a shot.

From the raid, the Allies would learn much at bayonet point on the vulnerability of German defenses.

As the bayonet point came pressing forward, my stomach retired backward.

The European powers and the Japanese had said such things to China, too, but failed in their efforts to consolidate what they had taken at bayonet point Marxist-Leninist doctrine gave Nieh a long view of history, a view he’.

When he saw the impatient look on Ramage's face the man put his foot on the box, pinning it to the deck as he inserted the bayonet point into the tiny gap between lid and box just above the lock.

Williams saw the last actively resisting enemy physically picked up by a bayonet point thrust under his armor and into his groin and then tossed, screaming, upon the tangled and matted up wad of barbed wire that had been blocking the corridor.

Rodgers kicked the Russian down to the floor and placed his bayonet point in the small of his back.

Ahead of Flysse, a weeping man turned back, and was forced on at bayonet point, his sobs becoming a shriek of pain as steel pricked his buttocks, decorating his breeches with bloody patches.

At the order of the military council the guards drove them away at bayonet point.

Armies of troops were put into the field, and the fanatics were herded back at the bayonet point to their tasks in the cities.