Sword of Justice


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Sword of Justice

held by the personification of Justice. [Rom. Trad.: Jobes II, 898]
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On and on we went, over roads that seemed interminable, and still the dreadful sword of justice hung always, by its single hair, over my head.
However, wretch as he was, he was still living under the shield of British law, and I have no doubt, Inspector, that you will see that, though that shield may fail to guard, the sword of justice is still there to avenge."
The question is not of technicalities, but whether the trials were slated against the Sharifs to destroy the League by khalai makhlooq or whether this was the swift sword of justice in action.
Pyongyang had called its nuclear weapons 'a treasured sword of justice...
Addressing what he called a "complicated international situation," Kim was cited by North Korea's state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) sying that nuclear weapons guarantee North Korea's sovereignty and "rights to existence," calling them "a treasured sword of justice to remove the nuclear clouds of tyranny bringing a horrible disaster to mankind and make it possible for the people to lead an independent and happy life under the clear and blue sky."
North Korea, which is thought to have six to 20 warheads, describes its weapons as a "precious sword of justice" against invaders and points out the demise of Iraqi and Libyan regimes after they gave up on nuclear arms.
The team behind this onslaught called themselves the "cutting sword of justice" - a label previously adopted by Iranian hackers - and the finger of suspicion pointed towards Saudi Arabia's old enemy on the far side of the Gulf.
A cyber cabal calling itself "Cutting Sword of Justice"
'' It remains to be seen if any of them will be putting in an appearance on The Mighty Sword Of Justice Tour but the latest Tom Robinson Band includes Lee Forsyth Griffiths on guitar/vocals, Adam Phillips on guitar, Andy Treacey on drums and Gerry Diver, Having young BBC Introducing bands for to get up their and seize the album's producer, on a whole range of instruments.
The humbly named Mighty Sword of Justice tour kicks off in October, with special guests Kitten Pyramid, and arrives at Sage Gateshead on November 9.
Part of a PS500,000 restoration, the project will also see sections of damaged sandstone on the Eastgate repaired, and heraldry on the bridge - including the arms of the County Palatine Richard Grosvenor, the sword of justice and three sheaves - re-gilded.
A self-styled activist group, Cutting Sword of Justice, claimed responsibility.

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