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  • n. Plural form of padawan.

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Examples

  • The Jedi on the other hand select their 'padawans' almost exclusively from benign creche's within their own temples where children believed to have some connection to the Force are taken soon after they are born.

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  • It probably would have taken a little longer for him to be elevated to the rank of Jedi Master but I have no doubts that he would have been and that he would have taken on padawans just as all the other Masters did … it was one of the main “duties” of the Masters … to teach the next generation.

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  • Unlike the Skywalkers, Rocky hasn't forced choked me lately and I haven't gotten mad at him for killing padawans.

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  • It is a good chance to network with the young art padawans.

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  • I'm sure you know the whole story, but to any of my fellow padawans who don't, a few years back TwoMorrows publishing released Kitoma!

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  • Now go forth and fetch me some focusing crystals young padawans ...

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  • Their fight becomes more and more heated, and the other padawans stop their exercises to watch.

    Star Wars Episode 1: The Noble Crusade.

  • I can see a lot of reporters (and their padawans) that have iPhones buying one.

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  • It also notes the ability to keep a secret would be a help - the two year old group meets at an undisclosed location, and while open to new members presumably is wary of being swamped by neophypte padawans.

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  • Being the more experienced dater, I hoped my young padawans would follow my lead through their crash course in dating.

    The Rebel Yell

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