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What does it mean when you dream about a fight?

Because life itself is so full of conflicts, dream fights can refer to any number of different struggles in our everyday life. Also, the culture in which we are raised can place so many conflicting demands upon us that we are filled with inner tensions, and these various inner conflicts can all be symbolized in dreams as physical fights. As with all dream symbols, the tone and setting of the dream indicate which meaning is applicable.

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CAP256 provides scientific evidence that some people have that rare immune mechanism to fight off HIV.
Her comments came after the survey also revealed some of the measures drivers take to fight off tiredness behind the wheel.
Britain's Prince Charles is to take a break from commitments to fight off a persistent chest infection, dpa cited his spokesman as saying today.
While the elderly customer barricaded herself in the couple's daughter's bedroom, Barry grabbed a stool to fight off the would-be robbers who were armed with a 2in wide and 14in long machete.
Meanwhile, the Easter Road club will fight off competition from Britain's top clubs to land Austrian wonderkid Elias Wagner.
Manila -- One group of agitators the president has to fight off are the sponsors of pro-abortion, pro-sex-education policies.
The girl he loves, Dojihla, is especially stubborn and unaccepting of any man's love, so then the story becomes a hero tale, as Wabi goes off into an unknown wilderness, with his wolf companion, to fight off evil creatures and then to return to the Indian village to win Dojihla's love.
But don't stress yourself out just to fight off germs: Dhabhar points out that because these studies were done only on mice, the results still need to be tested on people.
It illustrates and tells how to cut off the ring, fight off ropes, cultivate various hooks, and combine single punches into a uniform strategy.
While pests are not welcome anywhere, they're especially not wanted in long term care facilities because they pose a potentially serious health hazard for residents who may not be healthy enough to fight off diseases the creatures can carry.
The factory remains in I lim Pulp's control, but the company continues to fight off a takeover.