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THE TRUTH ABOUT FIGHT*

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Fight: n. any very intense (competition and/or struggle) and/or very angry dispute with a large probability that bodily impacts will exist between two or more (humans and/or animals) and/or robots frequently without deadly weapons but sometimes with them

Fights are common among young offspring and there are even fighting sports and video games. Angry disputes among adults sometimes result in fights and physical abuse is common in some unfortunate families. Society tries to minimize fights with strict laws against them but violent fighting still breaks out in some instances.

History can be viewed as armed conflict or fighting between groups and nations and is the ultimate way of settling important disputes which have no peaceful solution. Mutually assured nuclear destruction has prevented world wars between nations but fighting is still alive and well as a solution to small territorial disputes.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT IMPARTIAL*

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Impartial: adj. justly judging a dispute with no financial and/or cloose correspondences with the disputants

Cloose: adj. existing at a relatively (short distance in space and/or small time interval) and/or (small number and/or small degree) and/or small quantity

An impartial judge or human is frequently one who is relied upon to give a more just judgment or decision about a dispute because that human does not have any relationships with the disputants nor any financial ties which relate in any way with the dispute. There may still be subjective bias in an impartial decision or judgment but it is usually not because of any formal relationship with the disputants.

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