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  1. Jedinoun

    A fictional order of beings from the Star Wars universe who are gifted with heightened awareness of the Force.

    Etymology: Said to have been adapted by George Lucas from Japanese jidaigeki (meaning "period drama" motion pictures about samurai), or perhaps contaminated by association with the warrior’s title "jed" in the Barsoom Books by Edgar Rice Burroughs, a series which Lucas considered adapting to film before his work on Star Wars. Notably an abbreviation of jediah ("God knows" or "God protects") and of jedidjah ("being protected or loved by God"), the first name of King Salomon

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  1. Jedi

    The Jedi are a monastic organization in the Star Wars universe. They study, serve and use a mystical power called the Force, and their traditional weapon is the lightsaber, which emit a controlled plasma flow in the shape of a sword, in order to serve and protect the Galactic Republic and the galaxy at large from conflict or governmental instability. As guardians of peace and justice in the galaxy, they mediate peace negotiations among planets and other factions and, if necessary, use their formidable fighting skills, agility and wisdom to quickly end unrest or neutralize dangerous individuals or threats. The Jedi are governed by a Council, consisting of twelve of the most powerful and wise members of the Jedi Order. They are bound to a code of ethics, morality, principles and justice. The Jedi are trained to use the Force through passive meditation, practicing selflessness, and commitment to justice while at the same time rejecting emotions such as passion, fear, anger and hate. Their way of life contrasts with their archenemies, the Sith, another monastic organization who use the dark side of the Force to achieve their goal of ruling the galaxy.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of JEDI in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of JEDI in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

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  1. Mark Hamill:

    It implies so much that's gone on from 'Jedi' till now, they don't call it a teaser for nothing. They want to tease you.

  2. Matthew Stover:

    Jedi do not fight for peace. That's only a slogan, and is as misleading as slogans always are. Jedi fight for civilization, because only civilization creates peace. We fight for justice because justice is the fundamental bedrock of civilization: an unjust civilization is built upon sand. It does not long survive a storm.

  3. Chuck Grassley:

    The JEDI contract has been burdened by potential conflicts of interest, size, needless delays and its single awardee structure.

  4. Luke Skywalker:

    A thing that felt maybe wrong about coming back was the fact that the original trilogy had a beginning, a middle and an end. But there's two ways of looking at that, on the one hand, it had closure. But if you look at it another way, it's the story of how Luke went from becoming a farm boy to a Jedi and then the story ends. It would be like telling the story of how James Bond got his license to kill and became 007, and the story ends.

  5. Steve Womack:

    Given the many shortcomings of the JEDI procurement process, I fully support Secretary Esper's decision to review the program.

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