saber can appeal the ruling issued by a Cairo court after paying bail of 1,000 Egyptian pounds ($160).
If nothing else, Silvio Berlusconi knows how to rattle a saber.
It also may explain why there was no saber rattling on Syria on Sunday.
saber played an active role in the revolution—“We never left Tahrir Square,” his mother says.
saber has been increasingly vocal in his opposition to both since they came to power.
In making arm signals the saber, rifle, or headdress may be held in the hand.
He smartly swung his saber to his shoulder, ordering, "Come on!"
With his back against it, a pistol in one hand and a saber in the other, stood Captain von Mitter, his face cold and resolute.
If armed with a saber, he stands at a carry and salutes as before.
Meanwhile Beauvais walked slowly toward his quarters, with his saber caught up under his arm.
type of single-edged sword, 1670s, from French sabre "heavy, curved sword" (17c.), alteration of sable (1630s), from German Sabel, Säbel, probably ultimately from Hungarian szablya "saber," literally "tool to cut with," from szabni "to cut."
The Balto-Slavic words (cf. Russian sablya, Polish szabla "sword, saber," Lithuanian shoble) perhaps also are from German. Italian sciabla seems to be directly from Hungarian. Saber-rattling "militarism" is attested from 1922. Saber-toothed cat (originally tiger) is attested from 1849.