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Synonyms for feud

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a bitter quarrel between two parties

carry out a feud

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357 Magnum handgun as the feuding duo stood near a barbed wire fence.
The penetration of Venetian capital into the local land market further exacerbated feuding among the local aristocrats, revealing profound divisions within the noble consorteria.
However, Payne took to Twitter to slam such reports stating that the boys aren't feuding at all.
Garda Commissioner Fachtna Murphy has ordered the deployment of the elite Emergency Response Unit to Dublin's South Inner City to keep the feuding factions apart.
Feuding and peace-making in eleventh-century France.
member the DOC says before artists can get past the feuding, the industry needs to get its business straight.
Muir tries to make sense of an extraordinary event, a break-down in the routine of humdrum limited feuding.
Assistant chief constable Garry Shewan said: "We have two feuding criminal families and we need to investigate the role that feud took in determining the outcome that we've seen in the last six months.
The row at Creagh National School in Ballinasloe, Co Galway, broke out when women from the two feuding families were dropping children off at the school.
The gun was in possession of someone who isn't directly attached to either of the feuding factions but could have been available for hire," said a garda source.
Gudeman also said he was gratified that Johnston wanted to study a plan to break off the department before taking action, and he also applauded Johnston's fee-for-service proposal that he believes will eliminate interagency feuding over who pays for treatment.
The newest "American Idol" judges, divas Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj are no longer feuding.
LIMERICK'S top cop yesterday appealed to the city's feuding factions to end the violence.