consider the term "dogmen" to denote a kind of professional respect for another dogfighter
We really are very excited about Dogfighter
joining with Playnet as moves are being made to expand their Global Games (G2) Network initiative," said Gian Vitzthum, Managing Editor of dogfighter
Such memorialism continues to devote astronomical sums to remembered threats and archaic strategies, such as submarine warfare, convoy protection, aerial dogfighters
and manned bombers.
Even the term "fighter" may be antiquated, conjuring thoughts of small, highly maneuverable dogfighters
AMOO READY TO PUT BITE ON TANNADICE DOGFIGHTERS AMOO READY TO PUT BITE ON TANNADICE DOGFIGHTERS DAVID AMOO insists Partick Thistle won't allow Dundee United's battle against the drop to dent their own top-six hopes.
Hamilton McWhorter grew up with hair-raising stories about World War One dogfighters
Going to the Dogs presenter Dylan |Duffus talks to professional dogfighters
The point is to see the enemy way before he sees you, and for that you need datafighters, not dogfighters
- and some bully breed owners who don't fight their dogs but know their dogs' potential always carry a "parting stick" or "breaking stick" with them.
He clearly articulates the move beyond reconnaissance as well as the arrival of early pushers to the full-fledged dogfighters
and night bombers.
130) In 2004 and 2005, an inspector of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (the "SPCA"), when closing down animal fighting rings in Northland, observed not only that dogfighters
enjoyed the depravity of seeing pain and suffering, but also the "big money in the bets [as] drugs are used as currency".
can generally be categorized in one of three ways: