acrimonious


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marked by strong resentment or cynicism

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We have wasted lot of time in the past in acrimonious debates; the time has come to write a new chapter in the history of our relationship.
MOGADISHU: An acrimonious power struggle among Somalia's leaders is opening the way for Islamist militants to step up their insurgency against the government, the African Union peacekeeping force said Thursday.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and wife Tana - acrimonious family saga
Given the context of what led to this acrimonious split, Mr Jones has also made some very generous concessions in his witness impact statement about her skills as a mother and his concerns about their children.
The Tigers boss has spent much of the past four days in the spotlight after his team's acrimonious FA Cup quarter-final defeat at Arsenal on Tuesday.
They spent six days in court last month in an acrimonious battle to decide the slice Miss Mills, pictured, should have of the former Beatle's fortune after four years of marriage.
Dysfunctional labor markets, which uproot populations and dump them in alien lands and cultures, have been a boon for politicians on all sides during their acrimonious electoral debates.
An acrimonious relationship with outgoing Governor George Pataki.
The tentative agreements, reached four weeks ago, came after months of acrimonious wrangling between Mesaba management and union leaders from the Air Line Pilots Assn.
Less than a week after the highly public and acrimonious split between Tom Cruise and Paramount Pictures, the actor and his producing partner, Paula Wagner, announced Monday that they have secured $3 million in financing to run their production company.
There will come a point before long, whatever Mr Blair may say publicly, when his increasingly acrimonious relationship with Gordon Brown begins to inflict irreparable harm on the Labour Party.
To avoid a repeat of the 1998 conference where acrimonious debates on homosexuality took center stage, Archbishop Williams has asked the Lambeth organizing group which met in London last December to introduce what is being dubbed as a "Lambeth-lite" meeting with fewer resolutions and more opportunities for prayer, collegiality and discussion of the church's mission in today's world.
Wales were expelled from the competition in acrimonious circumstances on May 31 after joining a new Anglo-Welsh Cup competition designed to replace the Powergen Cup in the English domestic calendar.
An acrimonious divorce ended the "experiment in primitive living" and with Marshal's death in 1948, fifty years of silence and speculation followed.
His full-voiced narration brings to life a juicy group of characters, from the youngsters who discover the body to the disaffected Angela, a 15-year-old whose parents are in the middle of an acrimonious divorce.