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to prevent from accomplishing a purpose

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a piece of thin and flexible sheet metal

anything that serves by contrast to call attention to another thing's good qualities

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a device consisting of a flat or curved piece (as a metal plate) so that its surface reacts to the water it is passing through

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picture consisting of a positive photograph or drawing on a transparent base

a light slender flexible sword tipped by a button

enhance by contrast

cover or back with foil

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Five South Wales fencers are in the squad: epeeists James Taylor and Iona Pearson (Cardiff Fencing Club), foilists Abi Difford (Cardiff University/Gwent Sword Club) and Olivia Orchart (Gwent Sword Club/Bangor University) and sabreur Jo Chen (Russell Swords).
All Welsh weapons won the majority of their fights, with pride of place going to the women's foilists - including Cardiff student Abi Difford - who finished with a 92% win rate, losing only five of their 63 bouts.
WELSH foilists continue to dominate the UK fencing scene in the run-up to next month's Welsh Open competition in Cardiff.
The boys' weapon teams fared better, with the under-18 epeeists and under-18 foilists - including Thorneycroft and Gwent's Rhys Melia - finishing second to overall winners England.
Women's foilists Lydia Johnson and Carolyn Benson took silver and bronze, respectively, in their competition.