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- v. Present participle of duel.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or practice of fighting in single combat. Also adj.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The fighting of a duel; the practice of fighting duels.
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Although many skaters opt for American country - the Vancouver Games might give new meaning to the term dueling banjoes - or Spanish music, choreographer Marina Zoueva wanted something that would really make Davis and White stand out.
Images of marijuana leaves and smashed-up cars and school buses appeared in dueling ads during the campaign.
But that doesn't stop us from engaging in dueling metaphysics or prevent mind tyrants from trying to force their version of Truth on others.
To watch the street musicians, vendors, and children in the Plaza Principal with their special elongated balloons used in nightly dueling, is better than television; one never tires of it.
Though maybe some of us are incapable and can only comprehend things in dueling binaries.
And I have to agree, man, that dueling is the way to go.
Ken Schafman and Joe Mikrut arrived together in dueling jerseys.
Cousin Cap, dueling is obsolete; scenes are passè; law settles everything; and here there is scarcely ground for action for libel.
If there's one thing the new Tron: Evolution game gets right, it's how the light-show intensity of the disc dueling translates into combo-driven combat mixed with gravity-defying parkour.
Not to mention that apparently wordless dueling is the norm around here now, even though Harry won’t learn nonverbal casting for another year tops.