angry dispute

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Drawn by an irresistible fascination, Magdalen followed them again, gained on them as they reached the gate, and heard the voices of the two children raised in angry dispute which way they wanted to walk next.
Internationsl - Colombians carrying their possessions on their backs waded across a knee-deep river back into their homeland, fleeing a Venezuelan crackdown on illegal migrants and smugglers that has generated an increasingly angry dispute between the South American neighbors.
ALAN PARDEW has had his pre-season disrupted by an angry dispute with owner Mike Ashley.
China is in an increasingly angry dispute with its neighbours over claims to parts of the potentially oil and gas-rich South China Sea.
China is in an increasingly angry dispute with its neighbors over claims to parts of the potentially oil and gas-rich South China Sea.
China and Japan have been pursuing an increasingly angry dispute over the ownership of the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands, which are under Japanese administration.
Still reeling from its loss of the presidency and parliament this year, the UMP is facing the spectre of an unprecedented split on the right, with rival camps showing no sign of backing down in an increasingly angry dispute.
au, the authorities offered no explanation for refusing them entry, and they were ejected after an angry dispute with officials.
Altarcation (n): A heated, angry dispute between the couple regarding every last details of the ceremony and party.
The ex-England footballer was involved in an angry dispute with another man near his home.
For months the Swifts and the Carrolls, of The Avenue, Chester-le-Street, have been locked in an angry dispute over their shared driveway.
The angry dispute revolved around pay conditions and moves by management to increase dailyworking hours.