Some articles on final battles, final battle, final:
... The Book of Mormon states that some final battles of the Nephite people took place near "the narrow passage" ... to by Mormon is the hill located near the scene of the final battle between the Nephites and the Lamanites ... buried the plates near the scene of the final battle and then returned 20 years later to retrieve them and add information to them before his final farewell ...
... Graydon Creed - Killed during the final battle with Hope Summers, the so-called Mutant Messiah ... Stephen Lang - Killed during the final battle with the so-called Mutant Messiah ... Ultimately destroyed by Hope Summers during the final battle of Second Coming ...
... destroyed by Brera Sterne's VF-27 during the initial stages of the final battle between the Macross Frontier fleet and the Vajra ... VF-25 in his EX-Gear, giving the fighter a final salute as he fulfills his dream of flying in a real sky ... His salute to both girls in the final episode is a nod to a similar scene in The Super Dimension Fortress Macross Do You Remember Love? ...
... GP-49 "Final Battle" "Saishū Kessen" (最終ケッセン) Junki Takegami February 1, 2009 With the Go-On Wings and the Ancient Engines now gone, Yogoshimacritein sees the Go-onge ... Yogoshimacritein uses the Deus Haguru Magear as a new power source as the final battle begins ...
... Meanwhile the Arcot Nawab consulted Sivaganga General Thaandavaraaya Pillai, along with Major Charles Campbell, hatching a treacherous plot to bribe Yusuf khan’s Dewan Srinivasa Rao, Marchand the captain of the French mercenaries and Khan’s doctor Baba Sahib ... One morning, when Yusuf Khan was offering his prayers inside the fort, Marchand, Srinivasa Rao and Baba sahib went in quietly and pinned Yusuf Khan to the ground and tied him up using his own turban ...
Famous quotes containing the words battle and/or final:
stings and stills;
your kiss was stale, satiate and pale
who commands battles,
when the battle delays.”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)
“Always and last, before the final ring
When all the fireworks blare, begins
A tom-tom scrimmage with a somewhere violin,
Some cheapest echo of them allbegins.”
—Hart Crane (18991932)