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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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<p dir="ltr">On Saturday from12 to 3 p.m., the Capital City Jedi Knights and Ghost Base will perform choreographed light saber duels.
IT'S BOY AZOOGA!Cardiff outfit Boy Azooga are an eclectic bunch - to regurgitate an overused term - taking inspiration from source as wide and diverse as Black Sabbath, Run DMC and Caribou - though we can also hear some Parliament and Jedi Knights in the mix.
Like the Jedi knights we practise mindfulness, patience, and broaden our minds through reading and learning.
Like the Jedi knights we practise mindfulness, patience and broaden our minds through reading and learning.
With just a week to go to the release of the latest Star Wars film, it turns out Liverpool has one of the biggest congregations of Jedi Knights in England and Wales Figures from the 2011 Census show there were 1,398 living in the local authority area - although they only make up 0.3% of the population.
The event was organised by Emerald Garrison, Ireland's premier Star Wars costuming club, and members pulled out all the stops as Storm Troopers, Jedi Knights and Wookies.
The laser swords were the preferred weapons of Jedi knights.
| SIR - The Observer commented this week, that there were more people claiming to be religious followers of the Jedi Knights than are members of the parties that dominate British politics.
STAR WARS (1977) iLIGHTSABERS, Jedi knights and a beautiful princess - Star Wars had it all, as well as the scariest villain in the universe in the shape of Darth Vader.
1STAR WARS (1977) LIGHTSABERS, Jedi knights and a beautiful princess - Star Wars had it all, as well as the scariest villain in the universe in the shape of Darth Vader.