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1marcialcastrensemartial music — música militar
- The martial, or fighting arts are among humankind's oldest avocations.
- In the opening part there are fight scenes woven around him to introduce us to his martial skills.
- Some may be obscure to people who haven't read much about martial culture or military history.
- Male viewers would have seen him as an exemplar of heroic and martial prowess.
- Too often, the country seems to be engrossed in a mythic, heroic narrative of patriotic, martial prowess.
- There are few stunts and only rudimentary fight sequences, dependent upon fire power rather than martial artistry.
- This injury left him unfit for military service but did not seem to affect his martial ability.
- This fusion of martial and performing arts is sure to kindle the curiosity of the young, who adapt easily to innovations.
- Both genres are based on stories of different kinds of martial quest.
- Their martial glory reflects a greater glory that they both serve and exemplify at its highest.
- In fact, as the historians are beginning to reveal, there is nothing new about the warrior's dream of martial perfection.
- The production is more than a simple demonstration of martial qualities.
- Once, Englishmen took Henry V's exhortations to martial self-sacrifice as inspiring.
- Dreams of martial glory are hardly uncommon in 19-year-olds all over the world.
- The British, impressed by the martial spirit of the Gurkhas, began recruiting them into the Indian army.
- He has done a great service in bringing more attention to the western martial tradition and history.
- He was unarmed, and carried no military gear or other indicators of martial status.
- Sparta was a martial society, which did away with any sickly child at birth.
- His skill with the staff was incredible, as was to be expected of the prince's martial education.
- When not walking, Kevin would practice his martial skills in his practice room, focussing on them and nothing else for hours at a time.