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Definition of Arbalester

Arbalester
Arbalester Ar"ba*lest`er, Arbalister Ar"ba*list`er, n. [OF. arblastere, OF. arbalestier. See Arbalest.] A crossbowman. [Obs.] --Speed.

Meaning of Arbalester from wikipedia

- Arbalester is a scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by SETA in 1989, licensed to Taito and Romstar. The player controls a fighter jet and shoots...
- accurate up to 100 m (110 yards).[citation needed] A skilled arbalestier (arbalester) could loose two bolts per minute. The term "arbalest" is sometimes used...
- crossbowmen might discharge their bolts. Balister (pbs.), name for an arbalester or crossbowman, also an arbalest or crossbow itself. [Low L. ballistrurius...
- giving their obedience to His Majesty." Cortés had 84 hor****, 194 arbalesters and arquebusiers, plus 650 Spanish foot soldiers. He stationed 25 men...
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- Crossbowmen (French: Maître des Arbalétriers) or more precisely, Master of Arbalesters or Master of Archers was the title of a commander of the Infantry of...
- — 1991 Sega Beat 'em up 4 Arabian Magic — 1992 Taito Hack and Slash 4 Arbalester — 1989 SETA, Taito Scrolling shooter 2 Arcana Heart — 2006 Arch Rivals...
- most-successful table arcade unit of the year, outperforming titles such as Arbalester, Crack Down and Dynasty Wars. A sequel to Prehistoric Isle had already...
- Games Workshop released some new Corsair miniatures; including metal Arbalesters and a new character: Dalamyr, Fleetmaster of Umbar. Based on Legions...
- intervene. The battle began with a short skirmish between the French arbalesters and the English archers. Then the men-at-arms engaged directly without...
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