But they have prompted a running duel at the heart of government.
Each immortal acquires power by killing another immortal in a one-on-one duel.
The built-in tutorial walks you through the game, and the lowest-level duel is so easy it's practically a tutorial.
The new duel chemists vs physicists has ideological origin.
If you can remember three spells you can duel your fellow wizards.
But males in particular duel constantly to establish dominance.
As with the previous swords, the blade is firm enough for a spirited duel but won't do any permanent damage.
The duel layers will keep out the strongest gusts of wind.
They should come up with a reality show where two groups of people get to duel for what they believe in.
It's firm enough to make for a spirited duel, but soft enough to do no damage when it strikes.
British Dictionary definitions for duel
a prearranged combat with deadly weapons between two people following a formal procedure in the presence of seconds and traditionally fought until one party was wounded or killed, usually to settle a quarrel involving a point of honour
a contest or conflict between two persons or parties
late 15c., from M.L. duellum "combat between two persons," by association with L. duo "two," but originally from L. duellum "war," an Old Latin form of bellum. Retained in poetic and archaic language and apparently given a special meaning in M.L. or L.L. of "one-on-one combat" on fancied connection with duo "two." Related: Dueling.
programming A front end to gdb by Michael Golan firstname.lastname@example.org. DUEL implements a language designed for debuggingC programs. It features efficient ways to select and display data items. It is normally linked into the gdb executable, but could stand alone. It interprets a subset of C in addition to its own language. Version 1.10. (ftp://ftp.cs.princeton.edu/duel/). (1993-03-20)