Batons [noun]

Definition of Batons:

stick used for conducting or for protection

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We can witness as great a shift in presidents as we have seen since Herbert Hoover passed the baton to Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Her letter also referenced Anderson Arboleda, a 24-year-old Afro-Colombian man who died in May after a Colombian police officer allegedly struck him on the head with a baton.

We first saw that kind of transition back in 2009, when Xerox CEO Anne Mulcahy passed the baton to Ursula Burns.

“It was the eight-year mark and the department is in a good position to pass the baton to the next generation,” Guglielmi said.

The baton then got passed again to another group, which used hundreds of thousands of medical billing data from people who either tested positive or were presumed positive for Covid-19, to verify those viral protein candidates.

With that, Howard took out his steel baton and smashed the glass pane on the door.

Beatings of the hands and legs with batons happen to absolutely everyone, even those who were not taking part in the protests.

On account of his bravery Fleetfoot was given a baton which showed that he might lead the men.

But here the Greek, whose face had crimsoned, snatched a tiny baton beside a bronze gong.

The conductor is energetic and efficient, wields his baton in a lively manner, but hits nobody with it.