Warrior Soul: A journey through the soul of a warrior… Memories about honour, heroism and peace.
Once a warrior reaches a certain level of recognition and skill, the Lady Greywand may choose (and always has chosen) to invite the warrior to participate in Advanced "Duel II".
Organizations affiliated with the Guangzhou Military Region often use the nickname "warrior" (...), including the Warrior Performance Troupe (...) and the Warrior Newspaper (...).
Laksamana Hang Nadim was a warrior of the Johor-Riau during the Portuguese occupation of Malacca.
"Pedicularis densiflora", known commonly as Indian warrior or warrior's plume, is a plant in the family Orobanchaceae.
On June 25, 2003, an "unknown Lakota warrior marker" was placed on Wooden Leg Hill, east of Last Stand Hill to honor a warrior who was killed during the battle, as witnessed and reported by the Northern Cheyenne warrior Wooden Leg.
"Tuscumbia" is a name derived from the Chickasaw language purported to mean either "warrior killer" or "warrior rainmaker".
Sōko assisted Oribe in establishing a distinct genre of chanoyu for the warrior class referred to as "buke sadō" (武家茶道) or 'warrior tea'.
Inspired from her film The Warrior Queen of Jhansi, in November 2021, Swati Bhise launched "The Warrior Queen Project," a nonprofit foundation geared to empower Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Women to become warrior queens.
"Wolf Warrior" and its sequel, "Wolf Warrior 2", are the namesake of China's aggressive 'wolf warrior diplomacy' under Xi Jinping's administration.
In January of 2022 Wimp 2 Warrior re-branded to the name Alta.
Warrior (Medium Class): An all-around warrior with medium armor, with a sword, shield, and throwing axes.
Cael Ua Neamhnainn was a mythical Irish warrior and member of Fionn Mac Cumhaill’s warrior band the Fianna.
The Warrior Dash was founded in 2009. Because Warrior Dash does not assign penalties for skipped obstacles, it is often considered an obstacle course event rather than a race.
Chogyam Trungpa teaches the way of the spiritual warrior.
Put in place in 1853, on the two ends of the bridge, are four sculptures sitting on top of four corresponding pylons: a Gallic warrior by Antoine-Augustin Préault and a Roman warrior by Louis-Joseph Daumas by the Right Bank; an Arab warrior by Jean-Jacques Feuchère and a Greek warrior by François-Théodore Devaulx by the Left Bank.
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