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affray

Law a fight, noisy quarrel, or disturbance between two or more persons in a public place
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An UNFORTUNATE AFFRAY occurred in Clarke county (MO.
THIS UNFORTUNATE AFFRAY caused considerable excitement in the neighbourhood, as both the parties were men with large families depending upon them and stood well in the community.
What affray was that in which you bruised with a cudgel a little vicomte, Albert de Ramonchamp?
The former British Lions and Ospreys winger was due to appear in court after being charged with affray following an alleged incident in Cardiff.
The former player, 41, and his brother Dean, 37, were among six men facing a charge of affray following an alleged incident in Cardiff on December 2.
FORMER Wales rugby international Shane Williams will appear in court after being charged with affray.
Five other defendants including Williams' brother Dean have also been charged with affray.
Now, Kevin Bennett, 28, of Losh Terrace, Walker, has been charged with attempted wounding with intent, affray, possession of an offensive weapon, aggravated vehicle-taking and failing to provide a specimen.
Fifteen men were questioned over the disturbance and charged with violent disorder, but this was later reduced to affray.
Avon and Somerset Police said the all-rounder is due at Bristol Magistrates' Court on February 13 to face the charge of affray, brought following an incident outside a nightclub in September.
Summary: London [UK], Jan 17 (ANI): England all-rounder Ben Stokes has been made available for England selection despite being charged by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) with affray in connection with a brawl outside a Bristol nightclub last year.