• A blaring siren pierced the silence.
  • けたたましいサイレンの音が静寂を切り裂いた
  • have one's ears pierced
  • 耳にピアス穴を開ける
  • His eyes pierced (into) mine.
  • 彼の目が私の目をじっと見据えた
  • pierce potatoes with a fork
  • ジャガイモをフォークで突き刺す
  • Admiral Hood's flagship HMS Royal George pierced it between Républicain and Sans Pareil, engaging both closely, while HMS Glory came through the line behind Sans Pareil and threw herself into the melee as well.
  • Wikipedia: Glorious First of June
  • After the death of Henry II, Catherine abandoned the palace of the Tournelles, where Henry had lain after a lance fatally pierced his eye and brain in a joust.
  • Wikipedia: Catherine de' Medici's building projects
  • Aircraft from the USS Essex struck Yamato with two armour piercing bombs and scored one near miss; Yamato suffered moderate damage and took on about 3,370 tonnes (3,320 long tons) of water.
  • Wikipedia: Japanese battleship Yamato
  • As the submarines fired armour piercing shells, intended for use against steel ship hulls, the relatively softer brick walls may have failed to trigger the impact fuses.
  • Wikipedia: Attack on Sydney Harbour
  • Bath Abbey was a Norman church built on earlier foundations, although the present building dates from the early 16th century and shows a late Perpendicular style with flying buttresses and crocketed pinnacles decorating a crenellated and pierced parapet.
  • Wikipedia: Bath, Somerset
  • Between bouts, Laertes attacks and pierces Hamlet with his poisoned blade; in the ensuing scuffle, Hamlet is able to use Laertes's own poisoned sword against him.
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  • Bullets from a strafing German fighter struck his upper chest and carried through the body, piercing his lungs, stomach, and intestines.
  • Wikipedia: Brian Horrocks
  • Canine teeth are normally used to pierce or grasp objects.
  • Wikipedia: Toothcomb
  • Crossbows were mass produced in state armories with designs improving as time went on, such as the use of a mulberry wood and brass crossbow in 1068 that could pierce a tree at 140 paces.
  • Wikipedia: Society of the Song Dynasty
  • Henry was carried to the Château de Tournelles, where five splinters of wood were extracted from his head, one of which had pierced his eye and brain.
  • Wikipedia: Catherine de' Medici
  • In addition, new technologies and tactics were developed, making most defences obsolete; this led to the construction of star forts, specifically designed to withstand artillery bombardment though these too (along with the Martello Tower) would find themselves rendered obsolete when explosive and armour piercing rounds made even these types of fortifications vulnerable.
  • Wikipedia: Cannon
  • Infections can be prevented by antiseptic measures such as sterilizing the skin prior to piercing it with the needle of a syringe, and by proper care of indwelling catheters.
  • Wikipedia: Bacteria
  • Many of the shafts bore bodkin arrowheads, capable of piercing plate armour and penetrating into the flesh underneath.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Towton
  • Moore's earlier reclining figures deal principally with mass, while his later ones contrast the solid elements of the sculpture with the space, not only round them but generally through them as he pierced the forms with openings.
  • Wikipedia: Henry Moore
  • On the ground floor, the rusticated walls are pierced by small windows more reminiscent of a prison than a grand house.
  • Wikipedia: Holkham Hall
  • On the partitions of the supporting walls, the brickwork is pierced by 168 glazed niches.
  • Wikipedia: Sanssouci
  • Other major drawbacks include their painful bites, and their piercing screeches.
  • Wikipedia: Cockatoo
  • Receive this robe of heavenly colour the livery of thisn most excellent Order, in augmentation of thine honour, ennobled with the shield and red Cross of our Lord, by whose power thou mayest safely pierce troops of thine enemies and be over them ever victorious, and being in this temporal warfare glorious, in egregious and heroic actions, thou mayest obtain eternal and triumphant joy.
  • Wikipedia: Order of the Garter
  • Simultaneous shots by Sevier's men broke both Ferguson's arms, fatally pierced his skull, and knocked him from his mount.
  • Wikipedia: Isaac Shelby
  • Six holes are amidships, three shell fragments pierced the upper splinter belt, and one made a hole in the main armour belt.
  • Wikipedia: German battleship Bismarck
  • Statues of the Buddha sit inside the pierced enclosures.
  • Wikipedia: Borobudur
  • The ceiling of the passage through the gatehouse into the castle is vaulted and pierced with murder-holes.
  • Wikipedia: Bodiam Castle