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  • n. Plural form of fighting.


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  • Having mentioned sins of the tongue (Jas 3: 5-12), he shows here that evil-speaking flows from the same spirit of exalting self at the expense of one's neighbor as caused the "fightings" reprobated in this chapter (Jas 4: 1).

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • This is not the way you are supposed to handle the fightings.

    Angry Young Man

  • Can the Unity of the DNC substain the in-fightings generated by the Clintion campaign and still win the general election?

    Carter: After June 3, it will be time for Clinton to 'give it up'

  • Much of the factional fightings in Iraq have been between the Sunnis who controlled all levers of power, and the Shi'ites who were repressed, when Saddam Hussein was in power.

    Muhammad Sahimi: McCain's Middle East Policy, Part I: Confusion About Facts, Clarity About War

  • Celestial Being, a force existed to eliminate wars and fightings has successfully saved the world from the tainted and evil A-Laws following the elmination of the Innovators led by Ribbon Almarks.

    Gundam 00 Season 2: Episode 25 (Last Episode)

  • It's like: Robots fightings, explosions, robots fighting, megan fox screaming "SAAAAAM", explosions. mchops why does that one pick look like there is a palm tree in the background but snow everywhere?

    10 New Photos from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen | /Film

  • After the restoration of Charles II in 1660, radical religious groups stirred up rebellion, which led Friends to issue a declaration: "We utterly deny all outward wars and strife and fightings with outward weapons…."

    History of American Women

  • When in 1540 emperor Charles V deemed it necessary to take personal charge of crushing the rebellion in his native Ghent, and of fightings a fourth war with the French king 1542-1544, there were also some Italian war-lords amongst his retinue, Don Ferrante Gonzaga, for one, took advantage of a visit by the emperor and his sister Eleanora who was ill in Mons, to take the young Orlandus Lassus in his service.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Yet must it not be thought that I do uphold fightings to the death or to mutilation, between man and man; but rather do sorrow upon this thought.

    The Night Land

  • This has been evidenced by supporters at the funeral speaking to each other freely contrary to fightings the country has seen whenever government and opposition supporters meet.

    Opposition calls for continued unity


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