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  TWC Home
Since the club was formed in 1960, TWC fencers have stood out at national, sectional, and local levels.
Your usual fencing club's modus operandi is: sign 'em up, have 'em pay you, line 'em up, teach a couple of basic moves with the least possible energy in the least possible time, then get 'em to sign up for Beginner II - which consists of a couple more basic moves.
Club members are also taught the USFA rules and regulations.
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  Club (weapon) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A club, cudgel, truncheon, night stick, or bludgeon is perhaps the simplest of all mêlée weapons.
A club is essentially a staff, usually made of wood, and weilded as a weapon.
The club is perhaps the simplest of all true weapons; a club is typically carved from a single piece of wood; any piece of wood that is narrow enough on one end to be grasped by the hand of its wielder can be used as or made into an improvised club.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Club_(weapon)   (2940 words)

  
 Club (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Professional single-sport clubs, such as an English football club or a North American Major League Baseball team.
Clubfoot: Talipes equinovarus - medical disorder whereby the foot is turned inward and downward at birth and usually resisting treatment to be realigned.
Club is also the name of a chocolate bar.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Club_(disambiguation)   (285 words)

  
 Items -- Weapons -- Maces, Clubs, Hammers
In all its forms, however, clubs are designed to simply bludgeon opponents to death, breaking limbs and crushing bones.
Clubs are its most effective when used against the undead monsters such as skeletons and dried corpses, for they are especially vulnerable to broken bones.
In addition to clubs, maces, hammer, and mauls, scepters and wands are also classified as blunt weapons, and all do 150% damage to the Undead.
www.diabloii.net /items/weapons/maces.shtml   (699 words)

  
 Club (weapon)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
A club or cudgel is perhaps the simplest of all melee weapons.
The club is perhaps the simplest of true weapons; a club is typically carved a single piece of wood; any piece wood that is narrow enough on one to be grasped by the hand of wielder can be made into an improvised
A shillelagh or knobkerry is a wooden club typically made a stout knotty stick with a large on the end that is associated with Ireland in folklore.
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 Club - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Club, association of persons who meet periodically, for sociability or to share a common interest, especially in politics, a profession, or some...
Club Moss, common name for a group of plants closely related to the ferns.
- thick stick used as weapon: a thick heavy stick used as a weapon
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 Evidence sufficient to support aggravated assault with a golf club by a juvenile on his probation officer [In re R.M.] ...
R.M. next argues that the evidence is insufficient to show that he used or exhibited a deadly weapon because the trial court did not admit the golf club into evidence and the officers' testimony failed to establish that a golf club is capable of causing death or serious bodily injury.
A golf club is not designed, made or adapted for the purpose of inflicting death or serious bodily injury, and therefore, it is not a deadly weapon per se as defined under Section 1.07(a)(17)(A).
The jury may consider all of the facts in determining whether a weapon is deadly, including the words of the accused, the intended use of the weapon, the size and shape of the weapon, the testimony of the victim, the severity of the wounds inflicted, and testimony as to the weapon's potential for deadliness.
www.tjpc.state.tx.us /publications/reviews/03/03-1-12.htm   (2944 words)

  
 The Mavens' Word of the Day   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Thinking about club, I came to wonder how its two senses of 'a heavy stick used as a weapon' and 'an association of persons for some common purpose' were related.
Even more relevant to the 'social club' meaning is the verb in the sense 'to contribute one's share toward the cost of an entertainment, etc.'(1632), because clubs collected contributions to defray expenses.
Club, referring to one of a suit of playing cards, is a translation of Spanish basto, because Spanish cards had a picture of a club, or heavy stick.
www.randomhouse.com /wotd/index.pperl?date=20010605   (433 words)

  
 Fight club - Uncyclopedia
If it is your first time working on the Fight Club, you have to express at least one theorem on some form of weaponry dynamics, or tell a really good fart joke.
As part of their research into the weapon, the scientists also make a number of unethical experiments on animals including the launching of monkeys into space, given them the collective name "Space Monkeys."
Fight Club Part 3: The Final Fight basically told you that Terry was not the father, but SuperAbominibleSnowMobileGuy is the father.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Fight_club   (628 words)

  
 EN World - Morrus' D&D / d20 News & Reviews Site - Polearm and Club
Clubbing someone 5' distant with the shaft of a 10' long weapon seems a bit improbable.
I would allow weapon finesse/focus to be useable on both ends of the weapon, though.
Shifting the grip to the end of the weapon allows a long reach, whereas shifting it towards the middle allows one to use both ends of the thing at once, like a staff with an extra-nasty bit at one end.
www.enworld.org /showthread.php?t=49258   (921 words)

  
 Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Weapon of Choice Video
Named after the gang in the cult film `Wild One`, the band `Black Rebel Motorcycle Club` certainly are that.
The track screams out obvious influences like Led Zeppelin, and example to that are gritty vocal contributions which blend well when accompanied in places by smooth vocal harmonies.
By no means the album`s most upbeat tune, `Weapon Of Choice` is addictive and sure to snare the publics interest.
www.kovideo.net /music/video/Black-Rebel-Motorcycle-Club---Weapon-of-Choice/1009.html   (522 words)

  
 WeaponsList - Subjunctive KoL
This is a list of all weapons known to me. I have checked each of these weapons first-hand to verify their statistics.
Weapons are sorted in descending order of power, then of attribute boosts (in somewhat subjective order), then alphabetically.
Some weapons (crossbows, can of fake snow, can of maces, disco ball, Disco Banjo, Rock and Roll Legend, slingshot) are "ranged weapons", which use your Moxie instead of your Muscle to hit and require a certain level of Moxie to use instead.
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 WEAPONS EQUIP.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
A weapon can also give you a feeling of security and provide you with the ability to hunt on the move.
As a field-expedient weapon, the club does not protect you from enemy soldiers.
The weight may be a natural weight, such as a knot on the wood, or something added, such as a stone lashed to the club.
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 Weapons
To use a club as a weapon, the club cannot weigh more than the mass that causes the character to lose 1 EP per round.
Any club that weighs more than the mass that causes the character to lose 1 EP per 5 minutes is a two-handed weapon, giving -2 to the combat pool.
Negadeen Blaster: This weapon perpetuates a beam of plasma--it causes the matter in its path to revert to plasma; this is relatively slow.
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 UCD JKA Shotokan
The UCD JKA Shotokan Karate Club is part of the UC Davis Sports Club Program, and membership is limited to students paying full registration fees, and faculty and staff who have appointments of.50 FTE or more with the University.
The U.C.Davis J.K.A. Shotokan Karate Club is a martial arts club dedicated to the improvement of self.
This club is open to all those willing to strive for self-improvement.
sportclubs.ucdavis.edu /jka/index.html   (418 words)

  
 Sierra Club Insider
Sierra Club volunteers are more than the grassroots -- they're the trunk, branches, and crown of a giant sequoia.
For his visionary achievements, Dr. Wayburn was honored with the Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism in 1995 and the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1999.
You can use the Sierra Club's Zoomer tool to quickly find out all the options for recycling in your own neighborhood, based on your Zip code.
www.sierraclub.org /insider/insider2005-01-10.asp   (646 words)

  
 Bada bada bada La Bomba! - Club Cobra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Although the Direct Strike Hard Target Weapon concept was unfunded as of 1997, in early 2002 it was reported that Northrop-Grumman and Lockheed Martin were working on a 30,000-lb.
The Air Force is also investigating whether a similar size weapon could be used in a blast-only configuration, to replace the BLU-82 Daisy Cutter blast weapon dropped from the MC-130.
The weapon will make use of the JDAM interface under development for the B-52 and B-2 aircraft and would be carried internally using new suspension hardware within the bay.
www.clubcobra.com /t39436--3.html   (1458 words)

  
 Golfweek | Golf's Global News Leader   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Indeed, the Salesmanship Club has mastered the business of philanthropy – take a local legend, a popular date, and a dedicated sales force that meets weekly and before long you have a pro-am waiting list, sell-out crowds and plenty of corporate support.
He studied the club's structure and prompted other events to use the club as a model.
Bolin says the club spends between $500,000 to $1 million more than it did in the past to invest in the tournament's future success.
www.golfweek.com /286162615146529.php   (1311 words)

  
 HOUSE BRIGATTA - MEDIEVAL AND RENASSAINCE DICTIONARY & GLOSSARY
club made of wood and having a rectangular section; the grip was covered with woven cane, and the head sometimes fitted with a stone blade; these clubs were sometimes thrown
Japanese weapon designed to blind an enemy; small, wooden box, either round or square, which was hollowed out and could be opened; either end of the flat box was fitted with a mouthpiece and a short tube; substances put into the box depending on desired outcome- ground pepper and dust could blind
club generally made of one piece of wood; handle was generally sharpened so it could be used as a stabbing weapon as well as a club
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 War club (Red savages)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
A carved, shaped club of wood or bone, often mounted with a stone or metal head of some sort.
This weapon is probably approximately two to three feet in length.
This weapon is mentioned in book #18, Blood Brothers of Gor.
lara.dune.net /weapons/warclub.shtml   (41 words)

  
 Tri-Weapon Club Web Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Tri-Weapon Club is the only fencing club in the Baltimore-Washington-Annapolis area designed for boys rather than adults.
Since the club was formed in 1960, TWC fencers have made themselves known at national, sectional, and local levels.
Team status is earned by passing through achievement levels based on the chivalric progression of novice to squire to knight; at each level you learn more about the history and rules of fencing as well as actual blade technique.
www.jhu.edu /~mfencing/twc.html   (781 words)

  
 how many weapons in your club? - Fencing.Net Discussion
I'm from an all weapon club, but we're mostly centered around foil and sabre.
There is a saber only club in town so a lot of the dedicated ones go there.
We have a very large Sabre club and are now building a foil program that is coming along nicely.
www.fencing.net /forums/thread1398.html   (1068 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
For every blast of the rain of death, there is a 1 in 6 chance of the weapon overheating, and shutting down(2 rounds), and not firing off that shot.
Of course, the more often this weapon is used in a single combat, the more likely the thing will be to melt, and shut down until it cam be repaired.
As an odd side note, it seems that a good number of the users of this weapon disdain the use of tripods or the mounting of their weapons in any way.
drycas.club.cc.cmu.edu /~jae/sw/EQUIPMENT/RPTBLSR.TXT   (1134 words)

  
 Ham and Petersham Rifle and Pistol Club - Safety
Because it is all too easy for a person to fire a weapon accidentally or in the wrong direction it is of paramount importance that everyone taking part in this sport keeps the need to act safely in the forefront of their minds.
Until you have been signed off by a Club Instructor to shoot unattended you must be supervised by a Club member.
Ammunition purchased at the Club may not legally be taken off the premises unless it is entered on a firearms certificate.
www.hprpc.co.uk /Business/infobusiness/jobsbusiness.htm   (543 words)

  
 Carnegie Endowment for International Peace   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Several nations in this category had, or were believed to have had, active nuclear-weapon programs during the 1980¹s, but recently renounced such activities by opening all of their nuclear facilities to international inspection and by joining the non-proliferation regime.
Following the Soviet breakup, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine acceded to the NPT as non-nuclear-weapon states, and cooperated in the removal of all remaining nuclear weapons to Russia.
These nations (India, Israel, and Pakistan) are believed to be able to deploy one or more nuclear weapons rapidly or to have deployed them already.
www.ceip.org /files/nonprolif/map/default.asp   (157 words)

  
 i-Club -- Forums - Weapon*R Engine Torque Dampener
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 CLUB SKILL: PC : Half-Life 2 - Valve comes up with another awesome weapon!
A user at HalfLife2.net has discovered an awesome weapon in the newly released Half-Life 2: Episode 1, dubbed the Black Hole Grenade.
But Joystiq reports that, "while this thing does look to be very mouth watering, a word of caution for some players is in order since some who tried it out have reported crashes after entering the code needed to enable the grenade.
Program, design and content © 2002-2006 Club Skill Media, co. All assets and content are property of their respective owners.
www.clubskill.com /?view=article&article=4078   (182 words)

  
 VN Boards - PLD and Club?
There are a few reasons why a Paladin should try to level his club, and they mainly pertain to the levels where you will fight alot of skeleton mobs (45-56 and later on in the 70s).
Clubs are excellent to use against skeletons and often do more damage than your 1 handed swords (if you have them leveled).
The majority of your party time however, you will not want to use a club as it would likely just mean you do even less damage against normal exp mobs and have that much more chance of losing hate.
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 Club Photo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
3 people checking weapons to make sure it was empty.
Red tape placed on weapon to show it was inspected.
After first excercise, unknown weapon was surprise to officers.
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 Club Weapon Question - HERO GAMES Discussion Boards
Per the description in H5E, Club Weapon may not work with all weapons.
Whether it works with other weapons is up to the GM.
I wouldn't allow the specific Club Weapon maneuver with a firearm.
www.herogames.com /forums/showthread.php?t=13104   (218 words)

  
 CLUB SKILL: Xbox 360 : Heavy Weapon (Arcade) - Heavy Weapon announced for Live Arcade
Heavy Weapon is a classic arcade-style side-scrolling action game in which the player strives to defeat hordes of enemy armies in the form of tanks, jeeps, fighter jets, helicopters and other land- and air-based vehicles.
Power-ups that provide additional speed, shields, firepower and other capabilities help the player overcome increasingly nasty enemy forces and bosses while progressing through levels representing the oppressed (fictitious) countries over which the war is being waged.
The multiplayer survival game to be included exclusively in Heavy Weapon for Xbox Live Arcade will be on display at the E3 expo.
www.clubskill.com /Game_News/3227   (530 words)

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