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Most biographies of Byrd emphasize the composer's lengthy involvement in legal wranglings over property, and his continued commitment to Catholicism at great personal cost during a period of intense religious instability in England.
Despite current wranglings on Capital Hill, the passage of Check 21 seems inevitable.
SANTA CLARITA - Hart school district officials are encouraging all of their 3,000 ninth-graders to take the state's first high school exit exam Wednesday, despite wranglings at the state level over whether the test will count.
Bramlette is unaware of any legal or legislative wranglings involving the issue to date.
Although he admitted to Fish and Game officials that he signed the veterinarian's signature, Anderson maintained he was unfairly prosecuted because of previous wranglings with game officers.
She left the cars, some jewelry and about $100,000 to family members, but various legal wranglings have kept the estate tied up in court.
The event, played before an overflow crowd in a 4,000-seat arena on the south side of Hermosa Pier, culminated a controversial weekend for the Association of Volleyball Professionals, which was forced to move the most prestigious of its events out of Manhattan Beach after legal wranglings with a local activist group, the South Bay Coastal Alliance.
or Excite would get in legal wranglings with an organization like the Software Publishers Association, which monitors Internet sites that offer access to pirated computer programs.