sabreur


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sabreur

(sæˈbrɜː)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) someone who wields a sabre
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Major Lanoe Hawker VC, DSO was the British beau sabreur.
Images of the beau sabreur continue to evolve in the 21st Century.
In the final he faced Niall Egan, another strong, young Sabreur from the region.
L'appeler fourreau devant le sabreur qui cherche ou rengainer sa lame.
Rebel beau sabreur Major General Jeb Stuart and Confederate President Jefferson Davis both owned Calisher & Terry carbines.
is possible to score with the edge of the blade, for this reason, sabreur
The final was against the most experienced sabreur in the tournament and reigning world over-60 champion, Richard Cohen.
Both Scott and Conrad are careful to draw these distinctions, but Scott -- who marks the contrast visually by casting the tall, blond and polished Keith Carradine as the dandy D'Hubert, and the short, dark and brusque Harvey Keitel as the beau sabreur Feraud -- is even more aware that the distinctions between the two m en are ultimately false.
For all his astronomical promise, he had never lost his longing to become a dashing beau sabreur (handsome swordsman).
Trustworthy, energetic, a faithful and devoted friend to Napoleon; his only experience at independent command (in Spain) was successful, but he was best leading cavalry, the epitome of a beau sabreur.
In the individual events, Cardiff epeeist James Taylor came closest to a medal, losing 15-6 in his quarter final by on-form countryman Burkhalter, while sabreur Jo Chen, from Cardiff's Russell Swords club was also one fight away from bronze when her team lost 45-38 to Singapore, Chen finished 23rd in her competition.