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  • HOLMES: Yes, this pushing and shoving and fist-throwing is at a funeral in Texas for a teenage boy who allegedly killed for refusing to join a gang.

    CNN Transcript Dec 9, 2006

  • But it also covers the reinvention that took him there: how a London-born, tough working-class Jewish boy - who was a fist-throwing member of the British anti-fascist brigade, 43 Group, and fought in Israel's War of Independence - eventually got rid of his Cockney accent and became known as the charismatic, erudite millionaire King of Hair.

    NYT > Home Page

  • With cameras rolling for 55 days in Seaside, N.J. (compared with the first season's 40), Salsano promises there's plenty of fist-throwing and hook-ups to come.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Meanwhile, photos surfaced of a throat-grabbing, fist-throwing brawl between her biological mother, Kursheed Qureshi, and the dad's second wife, Mina Qureshi.

    American Chronicle

  • Robotika #3 and 4 is offered as one issue, with the text promising "the longest fight in comic book history," with 48 pages of fist-throwing!

    Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

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