infight

infight

(ˈɪnˌfaɪt)
vb (intr)
(Boxing) boxing to box, or otherwise fight, at close quarters; to engage in infighting
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He said infight between ruler classes has reached to its climax.
In sixth operation, ANF Rawlapindi intercepted a Honda Infight Hybrid Car near Motorway Toll Plaza, Islamabad and recovered 4.8 Kg Hashish and 13.2 Kg Opium which was concealed in trunk of the said vehicle.
The infight has diverted the attention of IEP from young engineers.
In a rare infight that a desperate Benavides had hoped he could connect his knockout shot, Crawford crushed his foe's jaw with a well-time right to end it at the 2:42 mark of the final round.
However, Dr Hassan 'Abd Allah al-Turabi's position towards the religionization of Constitution was pushy, whereas Sadiq al-Mahdi's was an elusive one, concentrating his political infight with his uncle, Sayyid al-Hadi al-Mahdi, for the control of Umma Party.
He said that two groups of the MQM-P were fighting each other but the PSP did not utter a word on their infight since it did not want to take political advantage of the situation.
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.
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.