Perched atop a mountain of wavy, pulled-back hair is a mangled ball of manliness, a holdover from the days of the samurai.
Ditching the bleach, he seeped manly confidence with what appears to be a samurai ponytail.
And with the samurai sword, we just wanted it to be awesome.
From frosted tips to the samurai pony, Sujay Kumar on what Federer's hair says about his game.
It is scarcely credible that the samurai should have accepted such an arrangement.
Evidently the affair was not serious enough for Captain West to be the samurai.
After the way you raved at him, if he had drawn his samurai sword and chopped off your thick head, I could have understood.
It was not the samurai but the henchman who was weak and wrong.
When about to put down the bundle a hail reached him from the samurai on guard at the Kuroda gate.
Small wonder, in this tense passage of time, that I had forgotten the samurai.
1727, from Japanese samurai "warrior, knight," originally the military retainer of the daimio, variant of saburai, nominal form of sabura(h)u "to be in attendance, to serve."
A hacker who hires out for legal cracking jobs, snooping for factions in corporate political fights, lawyers pursuing privacy-rights and First Amendment cases, and other parties with legitimate reasons to need an electronic locksmith. In 1991, mainstream media reported the existence of a loose-knit culture of samurai that meets electronically on BBS systems, mostly bright teenagers with personal micros; they have modelled themselves explicitly on the historical samurai of Japan and on the "net cowboys" of William Gibson's cyberpunk novels. Those interviewed claim to adhere to a rigid ethic of loyalty to their employers and to disdain the vandalism and theft practiced by criminal crackers as beneath them and contrary to the hacker ethic; some quote Miyamoto Musashi's "Book of Five Rings", a classic of historical samurai doctrine, in support of these principles.
See also Stupids, social engineering, cracker, hacker ethic, and dark-side hacker.