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  1. put to the sword

    • kill, especially in war
    • judicial authority
    • assume responsibility or blame on behalf of other people, especially by resigning from a position
    • writing is more effective than military power or violence
    • writing is more effective than military power or violence
    • have an argument or dispute
    • have an argument or dispute
    • those who commit violent acts must expect to suffer violence themselves
    • those who commit violent acts must expect to suffer violence themselves
    • devote resources to peaceful rather than warlike ends
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