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  • Cavalry swords


  • Offers team history, facts, notable players, and more for the Buffalo Sabres. — “Buffalo Sabres - Wikipedia”,
  • Sabres and MiGs were shortly to battle each other in the skies of Despite this, the IAF claimed to have shot down four PAF Sabres in air-to-air combat.[33] This claim is disputed by the PAF who admit to having lost seven F-86 Sabres during the whole 23 days but only three of them during air-to. — “North American F-86 Sabre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The Sabres of Paradise was an experimental group from the UK, active in the early 1990s, whose roots were in the acid house scene but later produced more dub-inspired work. In addition to releasing their own material, The Sabres of Paradise also did production work and remixes for. — “The Sabres of Paradise - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • We will go to Palestine, where Conrade, Marquis of Montserrat, is my friend–a friend free as myself from the doting scruples which fetter our free-born reason–rather with Saladin will we league ourselves, than endure the scorn of the bigots whom we contemn.–I will form new paths to greatness," he continued, again traversing the room with hasty strides–"Europe shall hear the loud step of him she has driven from her sons!–Not the millions whom her crusaders send to slaughter, can do so much to defend Palestine–not the sabres of the thousands and ten thousands of Saracens can hew their way so deep into that land for which nations are striving, as the strength and policy of me and those brethren, who, in despite of yonder old bigot, will adhere to me in good and evil. — “Ivanhoe” by Sir Walter Scott
  • The guards who followed the young woman presented a violent contrast to her, armed as they were with naked sabres hung at their waists, and long damascened pistols, and bearing a corpse on a palanquin. — “Around the World in Eighty Days” by Jules Verne
  • Now sound no note O trumpeters, Not at the head of my cavalry parading on spirited horses, With sabres drawn and glistening, and carbines by their thighs, (ah my brave horsemen! My handsome tan-faced horsemen! what life, what joy and pride, With all the perils were yours.)... — “Leaves of grass” by Walt Whitman
  • By the torchlight Dantes saw the glittering sabres and carbines of four gendarmes. — “The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas
  • In all these households she could hear stories of political outrage; friends, relatives, ruined, imprisoned, killed in the battles of senseless civil wars, barbarously executed in ferocious proscriptions, as though the government of the country had been a struggle of lust between bands of absurd devils let loose upon the land with sabres and uniforms and grandiloquent phrases. — “Nostromo” by Joseph Conrad


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