Rapier sentence example

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  • The rapier (63) or lengthened dagger is rarely found, and is prisbably of prehistoric Greek origin.
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  • Calion stabs Giant pedipalp with sharp rapier to little or no effect.
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  • His logic, while never obtruded, was rarely at fault; but lie loved the flash of the rapier, and was never happier than when he had to face down a mob and utterly foil it by sheer superiority in fencing.
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  • And what does this sharp rapier of light represent, as a picture?
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  • The elegant rapier was used in preference to the older, clumsier cutting swords.
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  • rapier thrusts it through the covers for four.
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  • This was, once again, treated like rapier wit.
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  • Lecturer makes rapier points about constitutional discrepancies, Solid wants to bludgeon us with street morality; some points I even agree with.
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  • He carries a rapier, the sword of a gentleman and again, even has a spare in the background of the image.
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  • Mine comes from Wagner & Hand's reliance on 16th-century Italian rapier and dagger sources for their footwork.
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  • Fencing as an exercise based on speed and skill began when the longer, lighter rapier was developed in Italy during the 16th century.
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  • rapier combat was not a gentleman's affair.
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  • The fencer who demanded a contest according to the rules of fencing was the French army; his opponent who threw away the rapier and snatched up the cudgel was the Russian people; those who try to explain the matter according to the rules of fencing are the historians who have described the event.
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  • Mine comes from Wagner & Hand 's reliance on 16th-century Italian rapier and dagger sources for their footwork.
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  • Then Symonds, rapier thrusts it through the covers for four.
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  • Contrary to popular belief, rapier combat was not a gentleman 's affair.
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  • pedipalp with sharp rapier to little or no effect.
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  • rapier wit.
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  • rapier points about constitutional discrepancies, Solid wants to bludgeon us with street morality; some points I even agree with.
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