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With their shields held overhead, soldiers would climb ladders held against the walls or rush through breaches, their arms furiously swinging two-handed broadswords and battle-axes or charging forward with long sharp pikes in front of them.
With a clumsy upward swing of his heavy broadsword, the knight — nay, the king, for he was dressed as King Robert the Bruce — officially opened the golf course bearing his name.
Ramirez is working on using his slider as a broadsword, throwing it to lefties as a backdoor pitch in addition to getting right-handers to chase it.
Reciting Shakespeare is tough enough for novices, without adding fight scenes with real broadswords.
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: a large, heavy sword that has a wide blade used for cutting
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