tulwar


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tulwar

(ˈtʌlwɑː)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) an Indian sabre
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There's no universal way of reading art, but what binds the objects in this exhibition, from the Tulwar sword to the Japanese prints, is the making of things.
This was easily taken care of at the range, but might have been awkward if a be-turbaned sowar with blood in his eye was bearing down on you with a razor-sharp tulwar.
No proposition Euclid wrote, No formulae the text-books know, Will turn the bullet from your coat, Or ward the tulwar's downward blow Strike hard who cares -- shoot straight who can -- The odds are on the cheaper man.
Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus were called to the unoccupied flat, on the upper floor of a two-storey block in Tulwar Close, Bromford, at around 1pm yesterday.
The stay-at-an-arm's-length armor, not to mention his coffee-table-size shield, huge tulwar and uncongenial physiognomy, gives a whole new meaning to the word "inhospitable." Bet there was no messing around with the Nautch girls in Rewa in the late 1800s.
actors Jill Norman, left, and Liam Welsh, back centre, and Michael Crouch, back right, share a meal with Raqeeb Khan, Mansunder Sanghera, Alex Golding, Rebecca Brazier, Aisha Zaman, Simran Dhillon, Dylon Tulwar and teacher Bruce Warland.