One woman was killed when she was used as a shield by one of the combatants, they said.
In response, as though startled by this ghostly rebirth, the present combatants have begun to respond.
Nonetheless, there is danger as the combatants increasingly view the struggle in military terms.
When war broke out, a troubling dynamic emerged as combatants willingly traded across enemy lines.
“We faced these issues of combatants without insignia in Iraq and Afghanistan,” he said.
He waged a futile war with Sweden which cost blood and treasure, but brought no advantage to either of the combatants.
Even women and children were to be found among the combatants.
Some of them conquered two combatants; a few of them vanquished three; but none but prince of Otamus conquered four.
Therefore the game was ultimately played with thirty combatants.
Fire-arms were freely used by the police and by the combatants.
mid-15c. (adj.), late 15c. (n.), from Old French combatant (Modern French combattant) "skilled at fighting, warlike" (also used as a noun in Old French), present participle adjective of combattre (see combat (v.)).