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used in Black: The Birth of Evil

6 uses
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relating to war or soldiers
most commonly seen in these expressions:
  • "court martial" — a military court that tries military personnel using military law (which is different than civilian law)
  • "martial law" — the body of law imposed by the military over civilian affairs which can be declared to replace ordinary civilian law in a time of crisis
  • His experience in the martial arts obviously didn't extend beyond The Matrix.
    Chapter 1 (63% in)
  • Tom could never be sure if it was his martial arts instincts or his generous intelligence that took over in the next moment-either way, at least his courage couldn't be faulted.
    Chapter 12 (49% in)
  • Tanis made a stance similar to those of the martial arts from Tom's dreams of the histories.
    Chapter 14 (60% in)
  • You know martial arts?
    Chapter 14 (60% in)
  • In my dreams I know the martial arts.
    Chapter 14 (61% in)
  • It was the first time Thomas had been exposed to the full breadth of the fight method developed by Tanis, and it made the martial arts of his dreams feel simple by comparison.
    Chapter 25 (66% in)

There are no more uses of "martial" in Black: The Birth of Evil.

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