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jedi

(ˈdʒɛdaɪ) or

Jedi

n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) a person who claims to live according to a philosophy based on that of the fictional Jedi, a caste of wizards in the Star Wars series of films by George Lucas, US film director
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Meanwhile Variety magazine said Ed Speleers, 25, who played handsome footman Jimmy Kent in ITV's Downton Abbey, is in the running to be an apprentice Jedi knight.
He said: "How do we know that the data we get is accurate?" Mr Murphy asked whether there had been any note taken of the number of people who had indicated their religion as Jedi Knight.
Previously known as Project Natal, the launch of this product at the E3 show included a number of new games such as a track and field tournament, a driving simulation in which passengers rock their bodies to toss the car into cartwheels, and a Star Wars game with enhanced control of a Jedi Knight.
"I also like to dress up as all sorts ...Superman, Sinbad the Sailor, a ninja warrior, a Jedi Knight. I've even got a light sabre in the bedroom," he added.
Praising her forgiving nature, the Rt Hon Dr John Sentamu said she had set an example worthy of a Jedi Knight.
#Darth Warmdupp - Another Jedi knight. This one's catchphrase is 'God I feel awful.
Luke makes the fateful discovery that his father was a Jedi knight. Harry finds his real parents were wizards.
IT'S not all glamour being a Jedi Knight. While amateurs like Luke Skywalker fluke their way to glory and intergalactic adoration, hard working footsoldiers are busy making sure the galaxy doesn't fall back into Imperial hands.
Attack Of The Clones, directed by George Lucas, is set 10 years after The Phantom Menace and follows Anakin's adventures as an accomplished Jedi Knight.
Race won, ship repaired and now a free man, Anakin leaves his mother and goes off with Qui-Gon to prepare for training as Jedi knight.
"This is the weapon of a Jedi Knight. Not as clumsy or as random as a blaster, but an elegant weapon for a more civilized age.
The Scot, who plays Obi-Wan Kenobi in the film may have been at home polishing his lightsabre but Halle Berry was there to support her pal Samuel L Jackson - who stars as a Jedi Knight.