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Synonyms for warlord

military leader

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supreme military leader exercising civil power in a region especially one accountable to nobody when the central government is weak

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There are some great chase scenes, the odd explosion, some kung fu sequences, a fight with a Chinese war lord.
There are some great chase scenes, the odd explosion, some Kung Fu sequences, and a fight with a Chinese war lord," says Cumberbatch.
A FEW years ago the British and Americans governments gave to an impoverished War Lord Saddam Hussein, money and arms so that he could fight Iran who were perceived to be our enemy.
The clash was between local Taliban forces and the Hezb-e-Islami militia loyal to war lord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar.
The private TV channel ARY New also reported that the prominent Afghan war lord Motasim Agha Jan has been captured by law enforcement agencies in Karachi along with his two cronies.
He wants this bloody war lord to unite the Britons and drive the Saxons from his homeland.
Examples include Crummell's reverence for the English language while promoting the development of a Liberian culture, and Garvey's pacifism and his conception of God as a war lord.
It appears that the right-wing Supreme Court has not appointed a president, they have appointed a war lord.
It tells the tale of a boy whose father is killed by o local war lord.
Ashraf Ghani a senior government functionary has Abdul Rashid Dostum, a war lord from the North, a running mate for vice president-ship.
The Daily Mirror printed the first official photograph of preparations for great British advance on the Western Front on July 3, 1916 and friends joined up together when the newly appointed Secretary for War Lord Kitchener issued his first call for arms in August, 1914.
FOR a al the are f carp by 7 part B) War Monger C) War Lord TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1.
When the old man is killed in a robbery, Jason rescues a magical staff and suddenly finds himself transported back to ancient China where he faces the huge task of freeing the fabled Monkey King (Li), imprisoned by a powerful war lord.
Lord Goldsmith continued: 'Mr Zardad was in Afghanistan, what is sometimes described as a war lord.
One from the Great War shows a little girl posting her boy doll to Secretary of State for War Lord Kitchener saying: "Goodbye sweetheart your country needs you