As Wattenberg's personal memoir, Fighting Words
contains some amusing anecdotes and interesting stories.
which didn't manage to survive the opening game, a defeat at Redruth.
So, I put together Fighting Words
literally as a toolkit, very small and tight, something affordable you could stick in your pocket, or your backpack, or your purse so that when others misread or misquote the framers, you would have a "oh-no-they-did-not" resource.
9) See further ALRC, Fighting Words
, above n 6, 125.
is for those who haven't read the founding documents of this nation since grade school or who otherwise could use refreshing in our history.
Many institutions have only regulated things that are judicially approved, such as fighting words
is based on the story of Merthyr Tydfil boxer Johnny 'Matchstick Man' Owen who fought for the bantam- weight world title in Los Angeles in 1980 but was punched into a coma from which he died 46 days later.
I am also happy to be living here where "pake" and "haole" are friendly words, not fighting words
, and I'd hate to have to change back.
Your selection of our story for national publication ["Hard Work, Part I" and "Hard Work, Part II," Fighting Words
, August and October 2005] was such an honor for my men and for their accomplishments, and I am so very pleased that you chose to print our story.
To speak colloquially, them's fighting words
," not dialoguing words.
He also had some fighting words
for the audience: "Do not despair but attack.
195) These are fighting words
and there are sure to be those who don't want to hear them.
To hear my former PE teacher Willie Wight's fighting words
inspire the lads from a 2-0 half-time deficit to a 3-2 win with the last kick was magic.
Both Fighting Words
and Civilizing the Margins emphasize that ethnic discord is at least in part a result of governmental decisions, and Brown and Ganguly especially drive home this point.
The trial court ruled that 1) the defendant's statements constituted fighting words
and were not protected speech, and that 2) section 53a-181 of the Connecticut General Statutes is neither unconstitutionally vague nor overbroad.