Some articles on defend:
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... in use by the reign of James IV (1488–1513), "In my defens God me defend" was originally the only motto associated with Scotland's Royal arms, with versions appearing in both truncated and abbreviated forms In my ... there are several versions where In my defens God me defend appears as the opening line, including In my defence God me defend And bring my sawl to ane good end ane vertuous lyf procureth ane ... And In my defence God me defend And bring my soul to ane good end When I am sick and like to die Father of Heaven have mercy on me ...
... It plays like a medieval version of SimCity being like a city building game where the violence and battles take a back seat to village management like providing food, entertainment, religious amenities and transit to your peasants so you can collect taxes on them ... One of the uncommon features in the game is that you can enter a first person view and walk around your own town as if you were a villager. ...
... but chose to return to Rio de Janeiro and Macae defend the Carioca championship in 2009 ... Candango not served by the club, and only in early 2010, he returned to the pitch to defend the Saint Christopher, the team's second division championship ... B, Roma ended in 2010 according to Para to defend the Eagle Maraba would dispute that the C series of the Brazilian Championship ...
... Defend Your Castle is a series of video games developed by XGen Studios ... The original version of Defend Your Castle is a Macromedia Flash-based browser game ...
More definitions of "defend":
- (verb): Protect or fight for as a champion.
- (verb): State or assert.
- (verb): Be on the defensive; act against an attack.
- (verb): Be the defense counsel for someone in a trial.
Famous quotes containing the word defend:
“I dont know how to defend myself: surprised innocence cannot imagine being under suspicion.”
—Pierre Corneille (16061684)
“The bourgeoisie and the petty bourgeoisie have armed themselves against the rising proletariat with, among other things, culture. Its an old ploy of the bourgeoisie. They keep a standing art to defend their collapsing culture.”
—George Grosz (18931959)
“If the underdog were always right, one might quite easily try to defend him. The trouble is that very often he is but obscurely right, sometimes only partially right, and often quite wrong; but perhaps he is never so altogether wrong and pig-headed and utterly reprehensible as he is represented to be by those who add the possession of prejudices to the other almost insuperable difficulties of understanding him.”
—Jane Addams (18601935)