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melee

An air battle in which several aircraft, both friend and foe, are confusingly intermingled.
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The youth had to depend again upon his misused ears, which were trembling and buzzing from the melee of musketry and yells.
It was in one of these melees that Jurgis fell into his trap.
The victors pushed their success to the opposite shore, and gained the solid ground in the melee of the fight.
But Uncas, who had vainly sought him in the melee, bounded forward in pursuit; Hawkeye, Heyward and David still pressing on his footsteps.
The MELEE became general, but strength was on the side of the Musketeers.
Newman is going to make a scene in public," she exclaimed, "I will take my poor child out of the melee. She is too young to see such naughtiness!" and she instantly resumed her walk.
Those players who become zombies can only use melee attacks and special abilities that have a cooldown time.
This prompted Bohs captain Derek Pender to confront the keeper before a melee erupted between both sets of players.
In the melee, two Shiites were reportedly killed, One policeman killed while four were wounded and several cars were vandalized in the violence that marred the protest.
It all kicked off between the sets of players as Klich celebrated his goal in what was an ill-tempered match and Anwar El- Ghazi was sent off in the melee.
ALGIERS, April 7 (KUNA) -- Algerian security forces have captured six persons suspected of assaulting several citizens with melee weapons during a public march last Friday, an official source announced Sunday.
There's one button for ranged moves, one button for melee attacks and one button for your special move.