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A Battle of Wits

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Films

  1. "A Battle of Wits", also known as Battle of the Warriors, is a 2006 Hong Kong-Chinese action war drama film based on a Japanese historical novel by Ken'ichi Sakemi, as well as the manga series Bokko by Hideki Mori. Directed by Jacob Cheung, the film starred Andy Lau, Ahn Sung-ki, Wang Zhiwen, Fan Bingbing, Nicky Wu and Choi Siwon. This was a joint-production between mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea.
  2. "A Battle of Wits" is a silent drama motion picture short starring Tom Moore, Alice Joyce and Earle Foxe.

Writings

"A Battle of Wits" is a novel written by Ken'ichi Sakemi.

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Google previewPocket Oxford English Dictionary (2013)

by Maurice Waite

a long and difficult struggle: a battle of wits. v. (battles, battling, battled) fight or struggle with determination. battler n. – origin Old French bataille. battleaxe n. 1 a large axe used in ancient warfare. 2 informal an aggressive older woman.

Google previewMcGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of World Drama (1984)

An International Reference Work in 5 Volumes by Stanley Hochman, McGraw-Hill, inc

One of the most striking characteristics of Turkish traditional theatre is long, sustained dialogue between two main characters — a battle of wits and noncommuni- Nazim Hikmet's The Skull, as revived in 1977 by the Istanbul Municipal Theatre.

Google previewChambers Pocket Dictionary (1992)

a competition between opposing groups or people: a battle of wits. 3 a long or difficult ...

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