DUELINGdueling, n. The common-law offense of fighting at an appointed time and place after an earlier disagreement. ? If one of the participants is killed, the other is guilty of murder, and all who are present, abetting the crime, are guilty as principals in the second degree. [Cases: Criminal Law 45.30. C.J.S. Dueling ¡ì¡ì 2¨C3.]
¡°Dueling is prearranged fighting with deadly weapons, usually under certain agreed or prescribed rules…. It is a misdemeanor at common law to fight a duel, even though no death result, to challenge another to a duel, intentionally to provoke such a challenge, or knowingly to be the bearer of such a challenge.¡± Rollin M. Perkins & Ronald N. Boyce, Criminal Law 243 (3d ed. 1982).
What is the legal equivalence of DUELING in Chinese?