Fighting

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Fighting

(dreams)
It usually symbolizes anger and confusion that comes about in times of change. If nothing is changing in your life, it may be a clue that a change is needed or that you want to change internally. Fighting with strangers usually represents an internal struggle. Fighting with familiar people may be an extension of daily life and a reflection on your relationship with them.
References in classic literature ?
These Fighting groups were modelled somewhat after the Fighting Organization of the Russian Revolution, and, despite the unceasing efforts of the Iron Heel, these groups persisted throughout the three centuries of its existence.
He was exhibited as "the Fighting Wolf," and men paid fifty cents in gold dust to see him.
In all fighting, the direct method may be used for joining battle, but indirect methods will be needed in order to secure victory.
Morning had dawned even whilst they had been fighting.
The fighting blood of my Virginian sires coursed hot through my veins.
However, I am willing to stop fighting, and then perhaps I can grab a vulture.
After all, what would life be without fighting, I should like to know?
But you, foremost among the whole host though you be, have none of you any stomach for fighting Hector.
Finally a lucky cut brought down a second guardsman and then, with only two opposing me, I changed my tactics and rushed them down after the fashion of my fighting that had won me many a victory.
He meant to fight for her--to die for her, if necessary--and if he did not die to go on fighting to the end for her love.
Ten men, battalions, or divisions, fighting fifteen men, battalions, or divisions, conquer- that is, kill or take captive- all the others, while themselves losing four, so that on the one side four and on the other fifteen were lost.
Consequently, when these monsters met in battle, they manoeuvred for the upper place, or grappled and fought like junks, throwing grenades fighting hand to hand in an entirely medieval fashion.