sabreur

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sabreur

(sæˈbrɜː)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) someone who wields a sabre
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Les sabreurs Tunisiens ont battu en finale leurs homologues egyptiens (45-43) tandis que les fleurettistes dames se sont contentees de la medaille de bronze apres leur defaite devant l'equipe egyptienne 44-45.
But the LRDG were the beau sabreurs who fought a Kiplingesque war, where individual courage, skill and dash could still count, could even win the day.
The men's sabre competition also attracted a decent entry, including many sabreurs based outside of Wales.
There she will come under the specialist supervision of Ed Korfanty, who has produced 34 US national champions including two of the top women sabreurs in the world - reigning Olympic champion Mariel Zagunis and four times world equivalent, Rebecca Ward.
D'un mythe a l'autre, pourrait-on dire, le guerrier conquerant fit place au peuple et aux genies scientifiques et artistiques dans l'imaginaire hugolien: "Les sabreurs ont fini, c'est le tour des penseurs" (Les Miserables 2: 277).
Si le champ de bataille imperial etait pour Hugo le lieu de la faillite de l'ancien heroisme (celui des "sabreurs"), les; "grandes barricades revolutionnaires", en revanche, "etaient des rendez-vous d'heroismes." C'est ici ou le passe rencontre l'avenir, afin de creercrier une temporalite nouvelle, ce que Hugo appelle "le progres par saccades", "l'effort de l'avenir qui se hate contre le passe qui s'attarde".
In addition to these distinguished men there were the beaux sabreurs, men like Colonel Armand, Marquis de la Rouerie, who was to cause Washington some difficulties by his demands for promotion, but whose charm of manner, courage and resourcefulness Washington found impossible to resist.
soutien populaire considerable et qui fit appel a des sabreurs
She and fellow Welsh competitorLibby Jones are mixing it with the best under-17 sabreurs on the continent in both individual competition and as part of the Great Britain team.
The Great Man, especially the violent warrior and conqueror, was progressively supplanted in the Hugolian pantheon by the People and the Genius--which represented different kinds of myths: "Les sabreurs ont fini, c'est le tour des penseurs" (Les Miserables 2: 277).
Brothers Tom and Richard Brenda are the sabreurs and Tin Perry the epee team member.
In addition, the Welsh girls' sabreurs - including Porthcawl'sMeganLillycrop, amember of the Bridgend club- won silver in the team competition.