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  • n. Plural form of bunfight.


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  • Is it possible that the Scottish Secretary is trying to 'step in' to the bunfights?

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  • Personally, I think education, health and the economy will always be the key issues but events like this week set a tone for parties and on a level apart from policy bunfights, people can respond to that in a significant manner.

    Megrahi and Glasgow North East

  • CMC Markets chief market strategist Michael McCarthy said political bunfights in debt-ridden Greece and Italy were behind the falls on the Australian market today. | Top Stories

  • Post Office to end self-policing bunfights - where customers would have to gamble on which cashier would come free first - he has helped to revolutionise queuing culture with his number-announcing system.

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  • This makes it impossible to expand the filter's scope to a point where it actually would protect against internet porn, since it would contradict the laws of two Australian jurisdictions and cause all sorts of bunfights.

    ZDNet Australia

  • Petty's prose deploys a cool rationality and impartiality sadly lacking from today's interested bunfights.

    Irish Blogs

  • This week we saw the mother of all bunfights in Falkirk which saw the Daily Record and Scottish Daily Mail emerge victorious with a of the first couple in the UK to be confirmed with swine flu, Iain and Dawn Askham.

    milne media

  • At one stage I feared for that poor white-haired chap with the teddy-bear face who turned up at all three bunfights looking like a kid who had just kicked his football through the headmaster's closed window. - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Like Cannes, without the bunfights forest huts, ruined castles and wartime tunnels, and birds of prey as pre-movie Boxing legend Muhammad Ali made a sentimental journey Tuesday to discover his - Articles related to Wine Tourism, on Safari or From the Armchair

  • For an immaculately mannered young man he has, for instance, a striking habit of starting bunfights with other bands. - Frontpage RSS Feed


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