Warrior


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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]
(astronomy)
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Lorquas Ptomel was too astute an old warrior to be caught upon the open plains with a caravan of chariots and children, and so we remained at the deserted city until the danger seemed passed.
Presently an Indian warrior galloped past the camp towards the village, and in a little while the legions began to pour forth.
Love and fear seldom are playmates; but a warrior is a warrior, and so Mbonga organized a searching party.
The latter saw the head of the fallen warrior crawl quickly within the aperture leading to the chamber where he had seen Tara of Helium in the clutches of a headless body.
After their first terror had subsided subsequent to the shock of the earthquake, Basuli and his warriors hastened back into the passageway in search of Tarzan and two of their own number who were also missing.
They had proceeded scarce a hundred yards when they came suddenly upon a broad stream, which the Negro instantly recognized as that down which he and his warriors had paddled to the sea upon their ill-starred expedition.
"The canoe of a dead warrior will not float on the Horican," returned the savage, gloomily.
There were now but one warrior and two females left, and it seemed that it could be but a matter of seconds ere these, also, lay dead upon the scarlet sward.
Here a great platform had been erected whereon Carthoris could see squatting a huge green warrior, surrounded by others of his kind.
The Indian in question was in every particular a warrior of fine stature and admirable proportions.
We fought against them for many years, but our arrows and spears could not prevail against the sticks which spit fire and lead and death to many times the distance that our mightiest warrior could place an arrow.
Quickly then he seized a warrior and as quickly devoured him.

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