In fashioning his portrait of lovers divided and lives filled with longing, Wong employs his familiar array of visual devices: the whole thing, from martial-arts stoushes
to insurmountable pining, told as cinematic poetry.
Former Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson told Fox Cricket: "Coming into the series and saying he (Kohli) wouldn't initiate these kinds of stoushes
and we saw a lot of that yesterday, the initiation when the bowlers were doing well and getting into Tim Paine.
Apart from Irish troubles we have quite a sense of late colonial Australia--local politics in New South Wales and the Western Australian goldfields, anti-Irish sentiment, legal stoushes
, the Federation movement and western separatism.
Waugh said Warner should not be getting involved in Twitter stoushes
and must learn from his rant.
In 2008 when she was launched, the ongoing stoushes
with near-sistership, Limit, Alan Brierty!s Reichel/Pugh 62, were legendary7.
It featured a bloke whom "the push called Rocko Riley," renowned for his ugly face and drunken stoushes
with "the coppers".
Tensions between bodies such as the Executive Council of Australian Jewry and the Zionist Federation are discussed while well-known community stoushes
between Sydney and Melbourne are not glossed over.
Cowlishaw's analyses tend to focus on the kind of violence that is most amenable to her evident desire to extract as much politicisation as possible out of the Indigenous 'disorder' that has occupied public debate in recent years, the kind that fits her 'resistance' model of interracial relations, and the kind that is itself racialised, especially things like stoushes
between Murris and police in the main street of Bourke.