duke out

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To fight, especially with fists.
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Both perfect homes are destroyed—and yet the two men remain effectively passive, locked in hang-ups while assorted protégés and allies do all the duking out and legwork.

Submitted on July 07, 2010

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دوک بیرون

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    Alex
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