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A tussel then insued and they were both made to leave.
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After a tussel in the French equivalent of Electronics Boutique, the annoying sidekick shoplifts an advance copy of the highly hyped ULTRA VIOLENT new video game that's not yet been released.
July 26th, 2004 2004
The thing to do now was to reel her in for more than a quick tussel.
Annie, Get Your Guy & Messing Around With Max Foster, Lori 2001
A major problem was that the DP leadership refused to say whom it would back in a premiership tussel between the ANC's Dr Allan Boesak and the
The ceaseless tussel he had to induce these refractory vegetables to make a fair show was one of the minor crosses of the old man's life.
The Captain's Bunk A Story for Boys M. B. Manwell
Abe had many a tussel with this enemy, but in the strength of faith and prayer he conquered him.
Little Abe Or, The Bishop of Berry Brow F. Jewell
"Robin," he said, "thou hast used me ill enough this day; but if you mean, like a frank fellow, to shake hands, and take a tussel for love on the sod, why I'll forgie thee, man, and we shall be better friends than ever."
Roy had his own opinion as to how he would fare in a tussel with
The Boy from the Ranch Or Roy Bradner's City Experiences Frank V. Webster
But I say, Nathan Slaughter, "he added, as he grasped the victor's hand," it's no thing you can boast of, to be the strongest man in Kentucky, and the most sevagarous at a tussel, -- h'yar among murdering Injuns and scalping runnegades, -- and keep your fists off their top-knots.
Nick of the Woods Robert M. Bird