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brawl

a dance: the English version of the branle
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A security source said that the brawl broke out between salesmen in a shop selling plastic material in the industrial area, Kuwaiti daily Al Rai reported on Monday.
Brigadier Khalil Ibrahim Al Mansouri, Director of the General Department of Criminal Investigation of the Dubai Police, said that the brawl was over two youths driving a motorcycle that caused noise.
The brawl confirms the ECFA, the strongest tie-up ever between China and Taiwan, as a focus for tense November 27 local elections.
A spokesman for Riverside Housing said the company was doing everything possible to help Mrs Brawls.
Bystanders, assailants, and victims typically attributed deadly saloon brawls to violations of or challenges to the rules of plebeian culture.
About 80 people were involved in the brawl at the Rossiya and some 30 were involved in the other.
Kerry farmers Patrick Nolan, 35, and Martin Casey, 30, were jailed at Tralee Circuit Court for their part in the brawl which started in a fast-food outlet and ended in a nearby house one hour later.
The fifty pupils who organised the brawl amount to a figure of 16/17 per school, a percentage figure of less than 1.
Mair, who fought Neil at least twice during their days in junior hockey, said leaving the bench had nothing to do with past brawls.
Although ritual combat was deemed a civilizing replacement for brawls and feuds, a larger cultural and political process emerged to stigmatize duels and other staged combats.
If the brawls don't end, if the hatred is not eviscerated, then there will likely be bodies on the school grounds someday awaiting a coroner's van to haul them away.
Thirty-five percent of homicides in brawls involved strong farmers or their families.