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  • n. Plural form of gunfight.


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  • I've jumped with it, blew bubbles, got in gunfights, a/c mishaps and everything in between.

    pat rogers

  • The problem with historical gunfights is that they don't pass the nostalgia test.

    The Gun-Slingers

  • Because the area where he was fighting is so remote, it can take as long as an hour for attack helicopters to reach troops pinned down in gunfights.

    Medal of Honor awarded to Green Beret for sacrifice in Afghan fight

  • Â His notoriety actually came from an exaggeration by a doctor who told a reporter that Bat had killed 26 men in gunfights.

    The Best Lawmen from the Old West | myFiveBest

  • Actually it looks like the kind of gunfights young boys have in their backyards…without the squibs.

    Horrors of War (2007)

  • The AP tracking includes Iraqi civilians, government officials, police and security forces killed in attacks such as gunfights and bombings, which are frequently blamed on Sunni suicide strikes.

    The General's Thoughts Aside, What Do Iraqis Think?

  • We didn't go to see any "gunfights" in Tombstone mainly because we realized, we hadn't even heard any blanks being fired after being there for hours.


  • In several instances, Mabie called regional police departments and said he was going to engage in "gunfights" with officers, adding, "The officer would look good in cemetery blue, like Bob Stanze the day he died." NBC-St. Louis Education

  • Of the 60 incidents of killings recorded in 2009, 57 also died in "gunfights" and similar incidents.


  • In 2008, a total of 83 people were killed in "gunfights" with the battalion members, he said.



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