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adversary

traditional appellation of Satan [O.T.: Job 1:6; N.T.: I Peter 5:8]
See: Devil
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Gales have their personalities, and, after all, perhaps it is not strange; for, when all is said and done, they are adversaries whose wiles you must defeat, whose violence you must resist, and yet with whom you must live in the intimacies of nights and days.
Buckingham, also, who had perceived their expression, threw himself between the two adversaries, whom he had expected to see precipitate themselves on each other.
So it was that before Thuvan Dihn knew what I was about he saw me standing by the side of the white-clad yellow man, battling like mad with his five adversaries.
If this is true, it is not only necessary to have walls, but care must be taken that they may be a proper ornament to the city, as well as a defence in time of war; not only according to the old methods, but the modern improvements also: for as those who make offensive war endeavour by every way possible to gain advantages over their adversaries, so should those who are upon the defensive employ all the means already known, and such new ones as philosophy can invent, to defend themselves: for those who are well prepared are seldom first attacked.
Quickly, however, as they were despatched, they found time to hurl one last and bitter sarcasm at their adversaries.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A new, untraceable text-messaging system has been designed to thwart even the most powerful of adversaries.
a leading provider of cybersecurity software solutions to protect enterprise networks from the most sophisticated adversaries, today announced the promotion of Jamie Butler to Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
So why do our daily social media habits give potential adversaries what they need to defeat our desire to be safe and secure?
Draken International said it recently supported operational testing of the F-35 at Edwards Air Force Base by flying the company's A-4K fighter jets as simulated adversaries.
Is there a deliberate play on the oil prices that will be for the benefit of some and loss of others who 'happen' to be the adversaries of the United States and its allies?
The average cost of cybercrime has increased 78 percent in the last four years, putting the industry on the defensive against adversaries that attack with unmatched speed, innovation and collaboration.
The United States last had relative parity with the missile forces of potential adversaries in the early 1990s.