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  • January 2, 2008 at 6:19 am iz teh eye of teh tyger, iz teh thrill ov teh faight…….

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  • ‘Chraist’s will be done; I zim thee had better faight, Jan,’ he answered, in a whisper, through the gridiron of the gate; ‘there be a dale of faighting avore thee.

    Lorna Doone

  • "Zere will be no faight," commented the Dutch police officer in lugubrious accents, "my vriends, ve are too laite ..."

    The Yellow Streak

  • 'Chraist's will be done; I zim thee had better faight, Jan,' he answered, in a whisper, through the gridiron of the gate; 'there be a dale of faighting avore thee.

    Lorna Doone; a Romance of Exmoor

  • Lookie dem ree-tahrds faight!! for the retarded out there, im talking about lush and buttercup.

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  • When either famishement, or other naturall necessitie, or humaine passion, hath broughte thy enemie to an utter desperation, and he driven of the same, cometh to faight with thee, thou oughtest to stande within thy campe, and as muche as lieth in thy power, to flie the faight.

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • Besides that, the knowlege to faight, maketh men more bold, bicause no man feareth to doe that thing, which he thinketh to have learned to dooe.

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • This thei did, for as moche as the Triarii, beyng the last to faight, might have time inough, if the enemie came, to leave the woorke, and to take their weapons, and to get them into their places.

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • And for that these battailes ordeined thus, marche all one waie, but faight not all one waie, in puttyng them together, those sides ought to be ordained to faight, whiche are not defended of thother battailes.

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • Some havyng knowen, how the enemies armie beyng taken of certaine supersticion, not to faight in soche a tyme, have chosen thesame tyme to faighte, and overcome: The whiche Cesar observed in

    Machiavelli, Volume I

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