Baton? You Mean?

English: Runners in a relay race, Brisbane, 19...
English: Runners in a relay race, Brisbane, 1939 Val Weaver and Vera Askew passing the baton in a relay race, 1939. (Information supplied with photograph). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

What comes to mind about a word differs from one person to another.

 

Let’s take for example the word baton. It could mean those great mollard batons, or those weapons which are a type of club, or a law enforcement used in a particular place.

 

Or it could mean that object runners transfer in a relay race, or a symbolic attribute in an office, or a metal rod twirled and jugged in a marching band.  That I see here in our place during fiestas.

 

There are probably a lot more meaning to the word baton. There are not just two, a lot more, and it is interesting. 🙂

 

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