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two-fisted

Fig. [of a male] aggressive and feisty. Perry is a real, two-fisted cowboy, always ready for a fight or a drunken brawl.
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The bout was even going into the third round, but it was Marshall who dug deeper and scored with stiff left jabs that forced Hall back to the ropes and then repeated two-fisted attacks that earned him a majority points decision as well as Best Junior boxer award.
The over-the-top two-fisted action combined with fiendishly overwrought narration and tongue-in-cheek lampshading of comic genre conventions make for an exhilaratingly funny read cover to cover.
Jones' "Claus of Death", these sleuths adapt to their magical settings with the same two-fisted grit characteristic of any classic noir hero.
"That Spot," an amusing tale of a freeloading dog, has been redrawn; and "To Kill A Man," a two-fisted tale of a robbery gone wrong, has been expanded.
The truth is that "Bill O'Reilly" is a character that Bill O'Reilly plays on TV, an archetype of Average Joe outrage and two-fisted pugnaciousness.
It has pulled off this two-fisted feat thanks to the successful performance of its established brands, as well as new brands and food forms.
The group's first collection of all-new material since 2002 provides everything a fan would expect, including traditional styles ("Chuco's Cumbia"), David Hidalgo's tender ballads ("Little Things"), and bluesy, two-fisted rave-ups ("Two Dogs and a Bone").
Jolie would play two-fisted railroad exec Dagny Taggart, while Pitt would take the role of John Galt, mysterious messiah of a dystopic world.
The fourth installment was a two-FISTed comic (our editor prefers "graphic article) in the last issue.
Broads Don't Scare Easy is one of the many books by Hank Janson now being reintroduced to a new generation with two-fisted stories from the 1940-50's era.
A right to the side of the head sent Bugaj sprawling and, as the Welshman followed up with a two-fisted barrage, a left to the body had the Pole wincing in pain.
Heidar Helguson gave Iceland a fifth-minute lead with a freak goal when Japan goalkeeper Seigo Narasaki's two-fisted clearance from a Thordur Gudjonsson free-kick went in off the side of his face.
Hare was well in command, although wary of Williams' occasional two-fisted advances.
Prince Harry gave a jubilant two-fisted salute as he left Eton College yesterday - and is now expected to become the first senior royal to join the Army for more than 40 years.
Agassi,bludgeoning his two-fisted backhand, swept through the first set in 35 minutes and was clearly relishing being back on the red clay on which he completed his collection of Grand Slams in 1999.