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Warrior,

river, Ala.: see Black WarriorBlack Warrior,
navigable river, 178 mi (286 km) long, rising in N central Ala. and flowing generally SW to the Tombigbee River. The Black Warrior drains a coal- and cotton-producing area, but these industries have declined, specifically in Birmingham, Ala.
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Warrior

[′wär·ē·ər]
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While all combatants in the War of the Ring fight out of necessity and for an undeniably righteous cause, it is easy to differentiate those who follow ancient ideals of the warrior society from those less interested in glory.
There is no national organization of this movement, and one or two energetic young men could start to call themselves a warrior society and attract a following almost anywhere, if there is a plausible case that First Nations' hunting, fishing, or land rights have been ignored.
95) tells of the philosophy and tactics of the early Byzantine Army, surveying daily life of the warrior society.
He said, 'What emerges is not only a warrior society, but also a sophisticated people who traded widely and made good use of horses and horse-drawn vehicles.
We see that Sparta is a warrior society, where weak infants are killed, and children are taught to fight from an early age.
One can understand how a warrior society would be short of men, or a poverty-stricken one necessitate the sharing of wives.
They are part of an elite warrior society (like a special forces unit in the U.
In the face of what members of the West Coast Warrior Society describe as pressure from the government, and disheartened by a lack of support for their efforts from their own people, the group has announced it is disbanding.
As Jamie Moran, sub-chief of the Lakota Brave Heart Warrior Society observes, a soldier follows orders and fights because he is told to.
Six Ojibwa teens from Grassy Narrows were recent guests of the self-described warrior society, the Toronto Youth Movement (TYM), at a demonstration in Toronto.
James Ward is a member of the East Coast Warrior Society, which is fighting to enforce Mi'kmaq treaty rights.