fisticuffs


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a physical conflict involving two or more

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So, let us take a closer look at the big three: Ethical Fisticuffs in Hockey, Ethical Poverty and Ethical Sexism.
It's used whenever there's a match between teams who've met in a cup tie in the previous decade or any fixture in which there was once a bit of fisticuffs.
The argument ended in fisticuffs that mercifully left no one injured, though first aid and treatment was on hand.
Despite heavy security mobilization, there were reports of fisticuffs between students.
More often than not, it's one story or another about booze, drugs, or fisticuffs.
This week, Neighbours' Steph and Toadie (Carla Bonner and Tyan Moloney) both dither on the altar steps, Emmerdale's vicar, Ashley, and Laurel split over his love child while Andy Sugden engages in fisticuffs, literally, with Jo and Val's about to bankrupt fiance Pollard.
It may not be in the "American Idol" stratosphere, but the verbal fisticuffs between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton gave ABC a fighting chance against Fox's juggernaut on April 16.
The surgeon performing the appendectomy quickly responded by exiting the operating theater to engage his assailant in (latex) "gloves off" fisticuffs (which reportedly resulted in loose teeth and a fractured finger, among other injuries), leaving an assistant physician to complete the procedure.
The surgeon performing the operation responded by exiting the operating theater to engage his assailant in (latex) "gloves off" fisticuffs (which reportedly resulted in loose teeth and a fractured finger, among other injuries), leaving an assistant physician to complete the procedure.
Fortunately, if this fight comes to fisticuffs and injuries ensue, the governor and the president will be able to afford the hospitalization.
I've been around long enough to remember the first time I saw a program credit for fight choreography--in the old days, the director staged the swordplay or the fisticuffs whether or not he had any expertise in fencing or boxing.
Prone to fits of violent temper, made worse by the permanent scars of the unspeakably inhuman treatment he endured, Harry Haft decided to take his talent for fisticuffs into the professional boxing ring.
It has featured transsexuals, couples having sex and contestants engaged in fisticuffs, but now Big Brother wants Christians to appear on the show.
Villa's Mark Kinsella and Newcastle's Andrew Griffin were sent off after a spectacular bout of fisticuffs which would have graced any boxing ring.
In the second round of their intellectual fisticuffs, the authors direct their attention to theatrical looking.