sabreur


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sabreur

(sæˈbrɜː)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) someone who wields a sabre
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The first military dictator i.e Ayub Khan was hailed as the new Messiah and the 'Beau Sabreur' who would steer the nation out of the choppy waters of political and economic uncertainty.
Guests who do wish to sabre a bottle of Champagne, for which there is a charge of THB 3,000++, will receive a personalised 'Diplome de Sabreur' from Sabre D'Or, a pin, as well as the collar and cork of the bottle they removed presented to them in a box.
As Andrew aged, his public persona increasingly resembled a character that might have stepped from the pages of a Joseph Roth novel, a gallant beau sabreur escaped from the debris of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in which until 1918 his father had indeed served as a German speaking Polish colonel.
Major Lanoe Hawker VC, DSO was the British beau sabreur. Like his soon-to-be nemesis he was a hunter.
In 1928 Gary Cooper performed as Major Henri de Beaujolais in Beau Sabreur, where a despotic sheikh was the origin of a serious confrontation that "obliged" the heroes to obliterate every Arab resistance (Shaheen, 2003: 92).
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.
Newbury: 1.35 Smart Mover, 2.10 Lord On The Run, 2.40 Shalako, 3.15 Made In Japan, 3.45 Salut Saint Cloud, 4.20 Sabreur.