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Samurai bonds are yen-denominated bonds issued by a foreign government or company in the Tokyo bond market.
In the last six months we have lost to Samurai in the final of the Dubai 7s, semi-final of the Amsterdam 7s and the final of the Manchester 7s (with North Wales Exiles) so what a way to celebrate my birthday weekend beating our nemesis Samurai twice in one day and on home soil.
Prize: 46in Full HD LED 3D Samsung TV, LG 3D Blu-ray home entertainment system, a screening of the Power Rangers Samurai TV series plus a Power Rangers Samurai goody bag worth pounds 60.
Watch the brand new series of Power Rangers Samurai from Monday 3rd October every weekday at 5pm only on Nickelodeon and Nickelodeon HD
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The Samurai had also sent the White Hart Marauders, Harlequins and the British Army packing.
The colt is one of four runners from the 88-strong first crop of First Samurai, who stands at Claiborne Farm in Kentucky for $30,000.
Broad brush stroke artwork and a traditional Japanese score set things up nicely, but once you get into the game, Samurai Shodown Sen's problems become apparent.
It is a comprehensive training system, using many of the weapons of the Samurai, but is particularly renowned for its ju-jitsu (unarmed techniques).
Adults and children at the museum's Samurai for a Day event were then given a real-life demonstration of how the armour worked.
Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai (Shichinin no samurai, 1954) is one of the most influential films ever made, spawning numerous official and unofficial remakes around the world.
The samurai sword is a well known weapon, renowned for its strength and sharp edge.