infight

infight

(ˈɪnˌfaɪt)
vb (intr)
(Boxing) boxing to box, or otherwise fight, at close quarters; to engage in infighting
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He further added that he does not want to take benefit from the current infight of MQM-P.
Recently, the airline launched its infight food menu called 'Santan: Flavors of Asean' before a select group of media and bloggers from the Asean (Association of Southeast Asian Nation) region, held at its office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
In addition to selecting the best level of roasting for the coffee beans used inflight, the Dragonair catering team worked with illy to design a special coffee pillow pack for use with the airline's infight coffee machines.
I couldn't bring myself to tell him, but Turkey is heading towars a great infight.
Markus Bernath is an expert in East European and Turkish affairs, who has also published articles on the infight between economic circles in Bulgaria.
President Ma Ying-jeou's administration continues to be undermined by the country's subpar economic growth and constant political infight -ing.
Opposition Infighting and Fragmentation Bedevils Syria It seems some of the oppostion groups are cannibalizing the cause as they infight and attack each other rather than Assad regime forces.
He said that all attempts for a PPP-MQM infight would be thwarted and that such efforts would not succeed.
99 outbound only secures priority check in, security fast track, VIP lounge with complementary food and drink and an infight meal.
Alycia: After having read these three works as a team and discussed them here, we are happy to report that we have not created another feminist infight for Deborah Siegel's next book.
I lost my job with Windsor Occupational Safety and Health in an ugly political infight.
He refused to become part of a political infight involving new President Brian van Rooyen, and pinpointed damaging decisions taken about the structure of the running of the national squad.