Some articles on fighting:
... Fighting chickens of various breeds have long existed as evidenced by an Indus seal from Mohenjo-daro with an inscription of the Indus ideogram for "city" and a pair of cocks, inferring ... Fighting cocks are roosters of "fighting spirit", or the will to persevere even when faced with difficult obstacles or opponents through seemingly limitless courage, while being a male chicken of various breeds ... Fighting chickens of a religious, spiritual or sacred cockfight are the vessels of religious and spiritual beliefs and exercise and are not to be confused with the ...
... Yamma Pit Fighting was a mixed martial arts promotion that was created by original UFC promoter Bob Meyrowitz ... It featured a unique fighting arena, as well as 2 "masters" fights Patrick Smith vs ...
... troops had been killed or listed as missing-presumed dead and another 1,441 were wounded, in the fighting around Đắk Tô ... The fighting had also taken a toll on South Vietnamese troops. 73 ARVN soldiers were killed in the fighting ...
... had fights in this game, so I could bitch slap Wayne." Mike "What! They don't have fighting anymore?" Trent "Doesn't that suck?" Mike "Why'd they get rid of the fighting? It was the best part of the ... "NHLPA Hockey '93", which had blood and fighting but the fighting was strategic and players like Gretzky would rarely, if at all, have fought ... ratings of each, making each more likely to be called for penalties including fighting, others such as Gretzky had low ratings of both, making the latter not only less ...
More definitions of "fighting":
- (adj): Engaged in or ready for military or naval operations.
Example: "Review the fighting forces"
Synonyms: active, combat-ready
- (adj): Disposed to loud disagreements and fighting.
Famous quotes containing the word fighting:
“Modern morality and manners suppress all natural instincts, keep people ignorant of the facts of nature and make them fighting drunk on bogey tales.”
—Aleister Crowley (18751947)
“Racism as a form of skin worship, and as a sickness and a pathological anxiety for America, is so great, until the poor whitesrather than fighting for jobs or educationfight to remain pink and fight to remain white. And therefore they cannot see an alliance with people that they feel to be inherently inferior.”
—Jesse Jackson (b. 1941)
“In fighting there are no light blows; in cursing, no gentle words.”