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As Gordon points out, this silence or absence reflects a more general weakness in colonial/postcolonial studies in which gender "hides itself so easily, standing so often behind racial and national and class conflicts, allowing those more assertive squabblers the spotlight.
If it helps moms to ease the tension, and makes it easier to put together a puppet show or separate the squabblers who are having a tug of war over a toy, more power to them.
The office squabblers will spend all day worrying about the race, will have hours of postmortems afterwards and will almost certainly go to bed tonight feeling extremely disenchanted with life.
Welsh Tory leaders have become disillusioned with the squabblers in the Westminster party spreading disunity ahead of the Assembly elections and will be looking to the leader to draw a line under the weeks of dissent.
There are some bright boys on nine SFA committees but too many others are petty squabblers and are so dull they could be cloned from statues in Glasgow's George Square.
Like Mancunian squabblers Oasis, Reef have released four albums but unlike the Gallagher brothers every one has been applauded by critics and fans.