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of little worth; term used to describe old sheep in poor condition and with no teeth.
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New Delhi [India], March 01 ( ANI ): Seems like the internet has got its latest muse in a fictional cat-loving Samurai.
Dominguez III told reporters yesterday that the proceeds of the planned samurai bond sale in Japan would cover the cost to redevelop the chancery and the settlement of outstanding yen-denominated loans.
From childhood, Samurai were trained to have self-discipline and a sense of duty, together with contempt for material goods and for fear, pain and especially death.
Running to the second goal, Jadini missed a shot five metres in front of goal, his sister Hiromi too missed but their father cleared the mess, giving Samurai a 2-0 advantage.
Sister Marianne Caulfield told the inquest Alun, who worked in a shop selling samurai swords, was "not his usual self " before he took his life in Newport, Gwent.
Funaki is the Maeda warlord clan's head chef a samurai with kitchen knives charged with the important task of preparing food for the samurai.
Directed by Yuzou Asahara, the film 'A Tale of Samurai Cooking' was released in Japan in 2013 and revolves around an excellent cook Oharu who has married into the legendary 'Kitchen Samurai' family.
Everything I Know About Filmmaking I Learned Watching Seven Samurai celebrates the 60th anniversary of Akira Krosawa's Seven Samurai film by presenting it as a master class example of how it succeeded in widely influencing generations of filmmakers.
Global Banking News-November 27, 2014--India's Exim Bank to raise INR10bn from Samurai bond market
WAILERS upset the form book beating champions Samurai to win the final leg of the GB7s Series at Eirias Park in Colwyn Bay.
The hardships of a samurai are well-depicted in the movie.