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  • n  musketeers and their muskets collectively
  • n  the technique of using small arms (especially in battle)

  • Cannon balls crashed in; the sound of musketry seldom died.
  • A ceremonial reading of the Declaration of Independence this week was accompanied by a triple volley of musketry and ended with a loud chorus of student cheers.
  • Fortnight ago the border villages blazed with fire and the banging of musketry.

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    British infantry already had a reputation for lining up in serried ranks to deliver huge amounts of musketry,says Dan. "But Wellesley did it better than it had ever been done before."

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