swordplay


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swordplay

the action or art of fighting with a sword
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Summer of swordplay and dangerous arts, Royal Armouries, Leeds: The national museum is hosting a variety of children's activities, ranging from learning how to duel with swords to meeting a crack team of sabre-rattling cavalrymen from Poland, during the school holidays.
Among new offerings, a two-session class called "Swords of the Past'' and a one-session "Swords'' workshop will provide instruction in the art of swordplay.
When Selim's lord thinks that Selim must have helped Dirk steal his priceless library, Dirk also steals Selim, sweeping him into her world of one-liners, swordplay, and, now, very good tea.
Swordplay and tomfoolery mix with jokes about sat-navs and fast-food places.
The practice yard was fully equipped with a quintain and rings, archery butts and a sanded area for wrestling and swordplay.
Once you master one skill, like swordplay, you have to learn another, like jumping, and then try to combine them.
Barnstorming swordplay, pretty faces and a no-brainer plot combine to fizzy effect in "Rurouni Kenshin," the screen adaptation of a Meiji-era manga series about a ronin who kicks ass while preaching pacifism.
The Last Samurai (Five, Friday, 9pm) * Tom Cruise spent almost two years in preparation for the film, including swordplay instruction, and Japanese language lessons.
9 9 THE Soul series of fighting games has always had a loyal following of fans who love swordplay and physics-defying breasts, but this instalment tweaks the core mechanics in such a way that it matches Street Fighter for pick-up-and-play ability.
Knights in full armour charged in a reenactment of jousting, while children got the chance to put their swordplay skills to the test in special teaching sessions.
We practice for about four hours every Friday, and some of the swordplay would make your eyes pop out.