dissension


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disagreement among those expected to cooperate

a conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters

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No politician should gain political ground by abetting dissension or, worse, fostering disregard of the Constitution and the law.
To prevent dissension caused by the death of a shareholder, Unger strongly recommends that the owners establish a succession plan.
9 million small arms circulating within a population of 24 million imply the option for continued armed dissension is higher than creative compromise.
But the media and news agencies can only believe such "big lies" because they have no one to talk to except those advocates of dissension and perpetrators of sabotage, Dr Al Mahmood said.
In this latest instalment, President Martinez goes to work now fully aware of who it is within his administration that betrayed him, while Sophia tries to quell any future dissension among her people.
Dissension within the European Commission on bluefin tuna quotas has kept it from submitting a draft mandate to the Council.
Political dissension and varying scandals have led to a worrying decrease in the IDF's prestige.
believe that Iran will become entangled in religious dissension and Shia-Sunni
Officials from anti-Syrian March 14 coalition criticized Franjieh and Aoun for their dissension.
It examines the presidency of George Washington, focusing on the dissension between Washington and Jefferson regarding the extremist tactics of the French Revolution.
Lyons, recognized Sisulu's courage and dedication in providing South African blacks with an alternative voice in the face of efforts by the government to quell dissension.
Abul Gheit Says Cairo Not Surprised by Dissension of Lebanon's Jumblat
Everyone Agrees: Words, Ideas, and a Universal Morality" tries to delve into the philosophy and psychology of dissension.
Tamim reportedly said that the video-sharing website contained material that "sparked dissension," especially regarding religious belief.
When asked whether there was any dissension in the ranks, Wilkins sternly replied: "none whatsoever.