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[gawnt-lit, gahnt-]
Gauntlet or gantlet may mean:

  • Gauntlet (glove), protective gloves used as a form of armour
  • Gauntlet (marking), the white markings on one or more of the legs of an animal such as a cat or rabbit, making them look like they have a long white glove on
  • Gauntlet track, a section of two railroad tracks that overlap to allow them to pass a narrow bridge or tunnel in little more than the space of one track
  • Running the gauntlet, a corporal punishment

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In entertainment:

*Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Gauntlet (2003–2004)
*Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Gauntlet II (2005–2006)
*Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Gauntlet III (2008)

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