"That's the stuff!" "No fightin'!" "No hard feelin's!"
It ain't real fightin', you know." With a troubled, boyish look in his eyes, he stared at his bruised knuckles.
"Th' general, he ses he is goin' t' take th' hull cammand of th' 304th when we go inteh action, an' then he ses we'll do sech fightin
' as never another one reg'ment done."
"Ah, where deh hell was yeh when I was doin' all deh fightin
?" he demanded.
I've been a fightin' for a bird and won him, that's all.
Fightin' for a bird!' replied Kit, 'and here he is--Miss Nelly's bird, mother, that they was agoin' to wring the neck of!
' it in Augusty, but I'd back Ladd agin any o' them legislaters if he thought he was in the right."
"By the deported snakes!" he exclaimed, "Jawn McCaskey and his lady have been fightin
' for an hour and a quarter by the watch.
Thousands date from the First World War, when millions of men from all over Britain set off to fightin
France and Belgium.
In The Fightin
Irish of Detroit: Fightin
in the Streets Fightin
in the Courts (An American Story), Lauck also explores the Irish influence in the Detroit legal community.
Trailing the Fightin
Irish 28-15 at halftime, the players asked Beebe and staff to step out of the locker room so they could discuss the state of affairs among themselves.
The UAAP eligibility board initially denied Ricafort the chance to play in Season 80 as the Fightin
Maroon will exceed the age limit of 25-years-old in January of 2018, smack in the middle of the sporting calendar.
But since I got to do my own fightin
, I try not to have no trouble" (Guthrie 1975, 64).
* The first story, "Water Is a Fightin
Word," postulates a world in which a scarcity of fresh water has resulted in massive domestic and international migration.
Second, a war of national liberation may exist only between a national liberation movement that is representative of a people fightin
for its self-determination: (60) this representativeness is normally supported by the International Community, which, through the UN, acknowledges the representative character of these groups and considers them partial subjects of international law, as in the case of the Palestinian Liberation Organization.