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"sword" en español
Shall tribulation or distress or persecution or famine or nakedness or peril or sword? . . .
They can then safely continue to sell to us without having a sword of Damocles hanging over them.
'I recognise you by the fierce edge of your sword.
Patents are not a sword. Patents are a shield.
The judge is nothing without the power of the sword.
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What appears to be a laudable aim, however, could also be a double-edged sword.
The problem with the world, however, is not that democracy should be won with fire and sword.
The inspectors also found toy guns and swords which they considered to be dangerous.
But after we left, these same people were again put to the sword by the pro-Indonesian militias.
Commissioner, we clashed swords; we disagreed on several points.
However, it is with our words that we must fight; words make the most extraordinary sword.
The problem is that it is suppressed with fire and sword.
Mr Menéndez del Valle, allow me once more to cross swords with you.
This is why, in this area in particular, the government carries the sword of justice for a very good reason.
In other words, the aim is to impose the liberal choices of big business by fire and sword.
But they called their companion, who took (the sword) and hamstrung her.
However, it is necessary for us to ensure that the information society does not become a two-edged sword.
The idea was that there should be much less talk of swords, and much more of the efficient use of ploughshares.
So it is I am afraid a double-edged sword.
It is also going to make it difficult for Mr Brinkhorst to cross swords with the Council if it is never here.
This is a double-edged sword though.
(PT) The informal summit in Lisbon could bring to a close a troubled period in which Europe's ambition crossed swords with crisis.
For many years we have been crossing swords on this issue - mainly with the Council and only to a lesser degree with the Commission.
If, however, decentralisation is not accompanied by the necessary powers, it might well turn out to be a two-edged sword.
As has been said, the overall outcome amounts to a blood bath; and, as Mr Patten said, he who lives by the sword will perish by the sword.
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