AFILAW

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AFILAWAll's Fair in Love and War
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All's fair in love and war in Jacques Rivette's threateningly titled "Don't Touch the Axe," which slowly but expertly depicts the jousting courtship of an ill-fated love affair between a Parisian socialite and a Napoleonic war hero.
ALL'S fair in love and war and Hannah Stewart has proven the truth behind the saying.
All's fair in love and war," said Bird, and his account of the betting triumphs-and near-disasters-that contributed to his fortune is still an absorbing read.
But all's fair in love and war, and Britters, looking toned in an LBD at her Vegas album party, reassures: "We're totally fine now.
All's fair in love and war for a jealous Sam Dingle, below, it seems in this latest visit to the village.
They say all's fair in love and war, but the battle for the barmaid's heart quickly turned nasty and Gash was left nursing his hurt feelings.