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swords, plural;
  1. A weapon with a long metal blade and a hilt with a hand guard, used for thrusting or striking and now typically worn as part of ceremonial dress

  2. Military power, violence, or destruction
    • - not many perished by the sword
  3. One of the suits in a tarot pack

  1. a cutting or thrusting weapon that has a long metal blade and a hilt with a hand guard
  2. A sword is a long, edged piece of forged metal, used in many civilizations throughout the world, primarily as a cutting or thrusting weapon and occasionally for clubbing. The word sword comes from the Old English '', cognate to Old High German swert, Middle Dutch swaert, icelandic sverð (cf. ...
  3. Sword was a Canadian heavy metal band that was active in the 1980s.
  4. S.W.O.R.D. (Sentient World Observation and Response Department) is a fictional counterterrorism and intelligence agency in the Marvel Comics Universe. Its purpose is to deal with extraterrestrial threats to world security.
  5. S.W.O.R.D. (an acronym for Secret World Organization for Retribution & Destruction) is a fictional criminal organization that exists as a creation within a creation. The organization appears in the novel The Saint and the Fiction Makers, written by Fleming Lee. ...
  6. The Sword is an American heavy metal band that formed in Austin, Texas in 2003. Since its inception, the band has comprised vocalist and guitarist John D. "J. D." Cronise, guitarist Kyle Shutt, bassist Bryan Richie and drummer Trivett Wingo. ...
  7. Freya is the debut EP by American heavy metal band The Sword. The four-track record was self-released in 2005. All songs later appeared on the band's debut studio album, Age of Winters.
  8. A long-bladed weapon having a handle and sometimes a hilt and designed to stab, cut or slash; Someone paid to handle a sword; A suit in the minor arcana in tarot; A card of this suit
  9. (Swords) A suit in the Minor Arcana of the Tarot that typically represents thoughts, mental attitudes, sometimes also considered to be "challenge" cards as these support cards often indicate where the querent is experiencing difficulty in life. ...
  10. (Swords) were secondary weapons in the battle, with the mainly used weapons being bows, firearms, and spears.
  11. To dream that you wear a sword, indicates that you will fill some public position with honor. To have your sword taken from you, denotes your vanquishment in rivalry. To see others bearing swords, foretells that altercations will be attended with danger. A broken sword, foretells despair.
  12. bill, n.; ecg; guðbill, n; iren; mece
  13. The sword of heraldry is two handed.
  14. A repository deposit protocol; in other words, a way to get items into the repository. Funded and supported by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), SWORD allows you deposit resources (like electronic theses and dissertations) into repositories powered by platforms such as DSpace, ...
  15. Of the Hebrew was pointed, sometimes two-edged, was worn in a sheath, and suspended from the girdle (Exo 32:27; Sa1 31:4; Ch1 21:27; Psa 149:6; Pro 5:4; Eze 16:40; Eze 21:3). ...
  16. Exactly what it sounds like. Larger version of the athame, often owned communally by a coven. Used in BTW by HP/S to cast a circle.
  17. Code name for the D-Day landing beaches of  Lion-sur-Mer - June 1944
  18. Word of God correctly or incorrectly used; also used as a carnal weapon as in Rev. 13:10.
  19. In Freemasonry, the use of the sword as a part of the Masonic clothing is confined to the advanced Degrees and the Degrees of chivalry, when, of course, it is worn as a part of the insignia of knighthood. ...
  20. Primitive humanoid-operated organism component realignment device.
  21. Refers to the knife edge of the hand as used in a technique.
  22. Many of the gods exhibit swords to show their ability to cut through ignorance and evil.
  23. A weapon with a straight blade and cross hilt; an unsharpened replica is a distinctive ornament of the higher-ranking NCO's ("sword-bearing sergeants"). Compare Saber.
  24. A weapon consisting of at least a blade and a hilt which is longer than a knife.
  25. A ritual Sword is often used in casting the ritual Circles of several different magickal traditions.  The Sword is the Greater Magickal Weapon of Air.  Each Wiccan Coven usually has one. ...