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Odyssey Engine
... used by BioWare to produce the critically acclaimed Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic released on November 19, 2003 ... was later licensed to Obsidian Entertainment to develop the sequel, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II The Sith Lords first released December 6, 2004 ... Neverwinter Nights Shadows of Undrentide Hordes of the Underdark Star Wars Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic Star Wars The Old Republic Mass Effect Mass Effect Mass Effect Galaxy Mass Effect 2 ...
Hook And Cod Wars
... The Hook and Cod wars (Dutch Hoekse en Kabeljauwse twisten) comprise a series of wars and battles in the County of Holland between 1350 and 1490 ... Most of these wars were fought over the title of count of Holland, but some have argued that the underlying reason was because of the power struggle ...
Wars Of The Diadochi
... The Wars of the Diadochi (or Wars of Alexander's Successors), (Greek Πόλεμος των Διαδόχων, Polemos ton Diadochon) were a series of conflicts fought between Alexander the Great's generals over the ...
Military History Of The United States - Timeline - Banana Wars (1898–1935)
... "Banana Wars" is an informal term for the minor intervention in Latin America from 1898 until 1934 ... customs revenues which were the cause of local civil wars ...
Robot Wars (TV series) - Format - Competitors and Results
... UK Championship results Series Winner Grand Finalists The First Wars Roadblock Bodyhammer, Cunning Plan, Recyclopse, Robot The Bruce, T.R.A.C.I.E ... Series Winner Runner-up Third Place Fourth Place The Second Wars Panic Attack Cassius Roadblock Killertron The Third Wars Chaos 2 Hypno-Disc Firestorm Steg-O-Saw-Us The Fourth Wars ...

Famous quotes containing the word wars:

    Nations like the Cuban and the Swiss
    Can never hope to wage a Global Mission.
    No Holy Wars for them. The most the small
    Can ever give us is a nuisance brawl.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    O how wretched
    Is that poor man that hangs on princes’ favours!
    There is betwixt that smile we would aspire to,
    That sweet aspect of princes, and their ruin,
    More pangs and fears than wars or women have,
    And when he falls, he falls like Lucifer,
    Never to hope again.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    The grief of the keen is no personal complaint for the death of one woman over eighty years, but seems to contain the whole passionate rage that lurks somewhere in every native of the island. In this cry of pain the inner consciousness of the people seems to lay itself bare for an instant, and to reveal the mood of beings who feel their isolation in the face of a universe that wars on them with winds and seas.
    —J.M. (John Millington)