lack of harmony

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The minister said that lack of harmony and unity among the Muslim countries was the main reason behind the various problems they were facing.
Minister Asif said that lack of harmony and unity among the Muslim countries was the main reason behind the various problems they were facing.
The lack of harmony in the existing board of directors of BCCI and conflicts have resulted in a weakened BCCI, and marginalised its effectiveness.
1994 -- An Amiri Decree was issued stipulating dissolution of the Municipal Council for irregularities and lack of harmony among its members.
The Iranian foreign minister pointed to the ongoing conflicts in the Middle East and Northern Africa, and said, "The countries in the region suffer from faults in infrastructures and lack of harmony in population and wealth; these states have been unable to meet the needs of their societies.
Anderson and Wright are top seeds in the competition and Harrington doesn't feel a lack of harmony between the pair will halt their bid.
Here's a recap of what was said: PHIL THOMPSON: Trust is a massive word in a dressing room "It was a fantastic interview with George Friend - (he's talking about) a lack of harmony, a lack of commitment from some.
Rifi explained that the current municipal council has suffered from a lack of harmony and its work involved too much division of political spoils.
1 Chris Holder due to a Polish commitment - again underlining a lack of harmony regarding International dates - but the booking of Wolves rider Fredrik Lindgren, who already has a Brandon maximum to his name this season, as a guest hardly weakens the Pirates.
McClaren had woken up to headlines which questioned the team spirit and lack of harmony around the club.
There is always a lack of harmony between the various parts of the club and often poor communication between the stakeholders - in Villa's case, this is evidenced by the shoddy treatment of their supporters in general.
GE-neE- Sayyn shows glimpses of her talent in a few moments but she also has a tendency to drift into a demonstrative performance, which might be the director's choice, but Yylmaz's excellent solo performance makes the problem of a lack of harmony among the ensemble cast even more visible.