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In a series of tweets on Sunday night, lawyer Jose Diao took a swipe at unnamed persons who allegedly bear a grudge against Faeldon.
GUJRAT -- A second-year college student was allegedly shot dead over a grudge in the wake of a scuffle which happened a few days ago in Badshahpur locality of Malakwal police precincts in Mandi Bahauddin district on Saturday.
Summary: When you perceive yourself as holding more power, you'll be more likely to let a grudge fall by the wayside.
On March 24, a grudge over a minor scuffle led to the burning alive of a young man in Lahore's Nishtar Colony.
Summary: A grudge is not a feeling, rather, it's a story that one can learn and benefit from
what happened and grudge. "The vicious, unprecedented level of violence directed at Daniel was unprovoked, unwarranted and unjustifiable.
HYDERABAD TOWN -- Two brothers have gunned down a police man over a personal grudge here.
"Because if you have a grudge against people the only person it affects is you.
SAIDO Berahino has never held a "grudge" during his exile from the West Bromwich Albion first team, according to manager Tony Pulis.
FAISALABAD -- Three persons were injured during a clash between two groups over election grudge in the area of police station Kotwali Jhang on Sunday.
Care home worker Sandy told our sister paper the Kilmarnock Standard: "I told the Japanese executives that my father bore no grudge, although he could never have forgotten what happened."
House of Grudge, the newest addition to the popular motorsports network, MavTV, is coming to town.