Only the masters are allowed to handle the "real" light sabers -- $250 replicas with fluorescent lights bought in the United States -- which they use to demonstrate Japanese samurai.
What does LS stand for?
LS stands for Light Saber
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 94 other meanings of LS in our Acronym Attic
- Liaison Spécialisée (French type of business internet connection)
- Liaison Squadron
- Liberalna Stranka (Croatian: Liberal Party)
- Libertarian Socialism (political philosophy)
- Library Science (various locations)
- Lichen Sclerosus (dermatology)
- Life Sciences Division
- Lifesaver (in contrast to a lifeguard)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In the classes, the children are given a chance to breathe life into a Star Wars' phantom (sometimes inherited from obsessed parents), by wielding light sabers made popular by Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader, according to Vanguardia.
In another clip, Jackson's youngest son Blanket pretends to be a character from "Star Wars," swinging an imaginary light saber as he plays with cousin Donte.
5 -- 7 -- color) The inner workings of a "Star Wars" 'droid, far left, are exposed at the California Science Center, where museum-goers can also see space from inside the Millennium Falcon starship, center left, and wield a light saber, as Keri Alexander is doing.
Lucas' explanation to why a Jedi should use a light saber instead of a ray gun was in order to solidify and stick to the religion of the 'force'.
HERE is your chance to give Obi-Wan Kenobi a run for his money with this electronic light saber (right)?
OK, it's campy, derived, and better remembered for having invented a whole new wave of sci-fi special effects, from light sabers to hyperspace.
Think of a Sure Fire "flashlight" as a light saber, a weapon, for that is really what it is.