parry

[v] - impede the movement of (an opponent or a ball), as in sports or fights
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Parry

defensive action to deflect an opponent's attack by opposing 'forte to opponent's foible'
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Parry

a block of the attack, made with the forte of one's own blade
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Parry

Par'ry transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Parried ; present participle & verbal noun Parrying .] [ French paré , past participle of parer . See Pare , transitive verb ] 1.
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Parry

Par'ry intransitive verb To ward off, evade, or turn aside something, as a blow, argument, etc. Locke.
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Parry

Par'ry noun ; plural Parries A warding off of a thrust or blow, as in sword and bayonet exercises or in boxing; hence, figuratively, a defensive movement in debate or other intellectual encounter.
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Parry

Caleb H., English physician, 1755-1822. ... See: Parry's disease. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Parry

• (v. t.) To ward off; to stop, or to turn aside; as, to parry a thrust, a blow, or anything that means or threatens harm. • (v. i.) To ward off, evade, or turn aside something, as a blow, argument, etc. • (n.) A warding off of a thrust or blow, as in sword and bayonet exercises or in boxing; hence, figuratively, a defensive movement
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Parry

(from the article `artificial intelligence`) Two of the best-known early AI programs, Eliza and Parry, gave an eerie semblance of intelligent conversation. (Details of both were first published ... The Parry program`s `paranoid` responses are capitalized in this extract from a `conversation` with a psychiatrist:[2 re...
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Parry

Parry is a Welsh boy name. The meaning of the name is `son of Harry` Where is it used? The name Parry is mainly used In Welsh. The name Parry doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Parry seems to be unique!
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Parry

Type: Term Pronunciation: par′ē Definitions: 1. Caleb H., English physician, 1755-1822. See: Parry disease
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Parry

[crater] Parry is a lunar crater that is attached to the southeast rim of the walled plain Fra Mauro. Attached to the west and southwest rim of Parry is the crater Bonpland. Due south of Parry is the small crater Tolansky, and farther to the south-southwest is Guericke. The rim of Parry is heavily worn and slightly distorted due to the co-j
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PARRY

PARRY was an early example of a chatterbot, implemented in 1972 by psychiatrist Kenneth Colby. ==History== PARRY was written in 1972 by psychiatrist Kenneth Colby, then at Stanford University. While ELIZA was a tongue-in-cheek simulation of a Rogerian therapist, PARRY attempted to simulate a paranoid schizophrenic. The program implemented a crude
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Parry

[fencing] A parry is a fencing bladework maneuver intended to deflect or block an incoming attack. ==Execution== To execute a parry, fencers strike the opponent`s foible, or the area near the tip of the blade, with their forte, or the part of the blade near the bell guard (or handle) of the weapon. This deflects the opponent`s blade away fr
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Parry

A simple defensive action designed to deflect an attack, performed with the forte of the blade. A parry is usually only wide enough to allow the attacker's blade to just miss; any additional motion is wasteful. A well-executed parry should take the foible of the attacker's blade with the forte and/or guard of the defender's. This provides the great
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