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  • interj. Obsolete spelling of faugh.


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  • It belongs to Cesar Chavez, a man who fough for a better future for America and his family is also supporting Clinton.

    Clinton launches TV ad in Montana

  • She fough back bravely when the snipers opened fire on her in applecrispbetty

    Clinton in new ad: I'm a 'fighter'

  • Will says that the settlement moratorium is likely to be something that will get "fudged," and reminds that Israel has already endured a grinding battle with its own people, settlers that fough extraction from Gaza.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • Although Charlie did press Bush on the Iraq War -- would he have fough ...

    Paul Abrams: Cowardly Bush Hides Behind Laura's Skirts: Gibson Fails to Ask the Key Questions

  • Mr. Susulu was an African hero, who fough for justice and equility for his people.

    Message of condolences

  • For if Ricardo said yes, it indicated that he had fough bulls of some size, for picadors are not employed against scrubs.


  • The rights to an 8 hr day, decent, safe working conditions, civil rights, women's rights were fought for and continue to be fough for here by people who are shot at by those in uniform.

    Columnist: Keith Groller

  • Of course they'd love to rid this country of the hard-fough

    The Full Feed from

  • Fighters who fough predominately at one of these phony weight classes gets rated at the next highest legitmate weight class.

  • But the same could be said when he fought Tszyu in 2005 and I dont care what people say Tszyu was not finished or over the hill when he fough Ricky he was still dangerous and other than prehaps Mayweather Ricky was the only man at the time that could have beat him.

    East Side Boxing


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