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Once you are able to see the early signs of a fight, you can stop the behavior before it progresses to an all out brawl.
In preparation for the fight he tried to refine her style and tone down her tendency to brawl.
There was no parliamentary brawl per se, that is-and only a bit of physical scuffling.
In a stunning display of amphibian machismo, tree frogs boogie before they brawl in this unprecedented video.
He warns that they'll bicker and possibly even brawl.
It's boys who brawl and punch and work it out with their fists.
There was a brawl in parliament when the pact was debated.
Another ill-tempered diplomatic brawl would further harm the treaty, which is taking a battering all round.
He followed them to an empty lot where a bar brawl was being staged and filmed.
He expected a house-to-house brawl that would last several days.
Be gone, good ancient: this will grow to a brawl anon.
While in character, you acquire rad superpowers to fend off armed helicopters and brawl angry henchmen.
The minister of information maintains he was killed in a bar brawl.
The brawl for the name has become so heated that a judge has declared the trademark to be temporarily off-limits.
The offer may well be the first round of a longer bar-room brawl.
It might have been awkward afterward because he was ejected in the fifth inning after a vicious, benches-clearing brawl.
With politics often reduced to little more than a big brawl, violence infects much of daily life.
The debtor argues that there was a large brawl and that the debtor was merely defending herself.
The brawl intensifies, and the birds try to move in even tighter, right into the thrashing teeth and claws.

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