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  • Jean-Louis (1785 – 1865) was a mulatto fencing master, sometimes hailed as the foremost exponent of the art of fencing in the nineteenth century. A foil
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  • of true love and high adventure, pirates, princess, giants, miracles, fencing, true love, and rodents of unusual size. See also: The Princess Bride (1987
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  • Johannes Liechtenauer was a 14th century German fencing master. The martial arts taught by Liechtenauer, especially the swordsmenship, dominate in Germany
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  • during the 19th century, duels were more commonly fought using pistols, but fencing and pistol duels continued to co-exist throughout the 19th century. The
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  • humbling to mankind to contemplate men capable of grasping eternal truths, fencing and debating in trivialities, like gladiators fighting with flies. Désiré
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  • Ground book. It is difficult to realise the true Way just through sword-fencing. Know the smallest things and the biggest things, the shallowest things
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  • impatience, the premature breaking off of what is methodical, an apparent fencing in of the apparent thing. 2 Variant translation: All human errors are impatience
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  • leap the corral, If he rose To his full height; He could splinter the fencing light, With three blows Of his porcelain hoofs in flight — If he chose
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  • "are thinking. Argument is only a display of mental force, a sort of fencing with points in order to gain a victory, not for truth. Opinions are the
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  • who had started as a child prodigy, nearly ended as one. When a boy, fencing with his father, he lost the sight of of one eye. But the remaining one
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  • wit I play you at first abord … At the last line, I hit! [They begin fencing] You should have been politer; Where had you best be gored? The left
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  • you. Grandson: Has it got any sports in it? Grandpa: Are you kidding? Fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love
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  • with words. * * * * * * My swords are tempered for every speech, For fencing wit, or to carve a breach Through old abuses the world condones. Amy Lowell
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  • of sport. Certainly, to some extent, the same may be said of boxing and fencing, but today they are practiced and conducted as sports. Then the Olympic
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  • leap the corral, If he rose To his full height; He could splinter the fencing light, With three blows Of his porcelain hoofs in flight — If he chose
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  • Practically married us off, they did, over the Sunday joint. [after a fencing duel with Wallace and Knightly] Blood! Real blood! [trimming his mustache]
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  • out for the British fencing team? We hear you have been training furiously. Gustav Graves: I never get furious. As we say in fencing, "What's the point
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  • round to all these minority sports and I couldn't really appreciate them. Fencing, for example, is just "click, click, click" and it is over. Then they retire
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  • the law school belongs in the modern university no more than a school of fencing or dancing. Thorstein Veblen, The Higher Learning in America, p. 211 (1918)
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  • his habit, he would need to come up with that $1,000. The approximate fencing cost of stolen goods is 80 per cent, so that to come up with $1,000 can
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