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The rancour in parliament and two Court rulings after the referendum only serve to show that the process followed by the government to leave the European Union was flawed and definitely invalid.
Cost Plus' line is ideal for urban living, Rancour said, since its scale is built for small-space living.
These unacceptable and abominable practices would only spread hatred and rancour and sow divisions and hostility", the statement said.
Over a few months, racing would have made the transition with far less rancour than we have now and would also have benefited from positive headlines.
One of the prisoners named "Tahereh" is appointed as an agent to return peace to the prison, but her harsh measures creates rancour between her and another woman who is in custody because of committing murder.
This kind of attitude can feed into gross regionalism and accentuate rancour between communities.
The ICC have their work cut out in diffusing the tension in a Test series characterised by rancour between the two teams.
This issue is now a running sore that will continue to cause rancour and bitterness and distract officers from their duties.
The October 4 letter, signed by Egyptian FM Ahmad Aboul Gaith, was an unusual reflection of rancour on the part of Cairo with the decision by most EU countries and aspiring members to move away from their traditional support of such a zone.
Human nature dictates that there would still be some lingering bitterness and rancour, but all concerned would hope that might disappear with the passage of time.
No hint of bitterness or rancour at his spectacular fall from the superstar spotlight at all.
The burden of strife and rancour between the sexes that is the legacy of the fall is alleviated, to some degree, in accepting and understanding the depth of the complementarity between them.
We have witnessed our politicians move from stark rancour towards honest attempts to reach consensus.
THERE are times when you have to draw the line under a situation, no matter how much pain and rancour still survives.
Faced with further dithering from chairman Ellis, the bitterness and rancour displayed on Saturday will undoubtedly grow.