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gunfight

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgunfightgun‧fight /ˈɡʌnfaɪt/ noun [countable]  FIGHTSHOOTa fight between people using gunsgunfighter noun [countable]
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gunfightAt one time they had to dive out of the bamboo hut in which they were sheltering when a gunfight erupted.A gunfight ensured in which a number of Creeks were killed.On weekends, before the popular Cowboy Dinner Theatre shows, there are street skits and gunfights.Corral gunfight in Tombstone, Arizona, lasted a minute, and has lived in legend since 1881.In the gunfight that followed 32 people were killed, including the two militants, and more than 50 injured.Western gunfights were alcohol-related, or else involved battles over gambling, prostitution, or political preferment.
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