acrimony


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a rough and bitter manner

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'We state that while we accept the contents of the said letter as the true position of the state of affairs in Nigeria, we make bold to state that the former President is amongst those Nigerians that laid the foundational blocks on which the present state of our nation's acrimony and insecurity is built.
"The woman representative chose to respond to Kandara MP Alice Wahome over an issue she allegedly talked about while in Kiambu County where the church followers were not present and this is abuse of an opportunity since it was the wrong forum to respond to the MP."The women representative can also be heard insisting to continue addressing the congregants even after the acrimony, making the church ungovernable to a point of police officers intervening to restore order in a house of prayer.
But that this acrimony between two leaders of the ruling party one of whom is a key member of the federal cabinet is affecting the vital issue of governance is where it becomes a matter of public importance and cannot be overlooked.
But as the strange bed fellows - PPP and PML-N - have a long history of acrimony and animosity.
Kolkata [India], July 3 ( ANI ): Putting behind the acrimony of Doklam episode, a high level Chinese Army delegation reached Sukna on Monday for a close interaction with their Indian counterparts.
Caption: 1 For Tyler Perry's latest film, Acrimony, WPE distributed branded swag and tapped salon influencers to post on social.
The moral of Acrimony seems to be: Leave a bad man, especially one who cheated on you before marriage and leeches off your financial resources -- unless he has poured his life into the dream of inventing a self-recharging battery, in which case the bonds of matrimony are sacrosanct and no sacrifice is too great.
An opposition coalition called for the end of political labeling on Easter Sunday, saying this practice has led to 'polarization and acrimony' in the Filipino people's national life, as well as made others 'deny difficult truths' in the country today.
While speaking to media after the meeting, the chief minister said that a committee has been constituted to resolve differences between the government and Pir Sialvi, adding that political rivals tried to create acrimony between them.
The Rostrevor man said he regretted his departure was not without acrimony and ill feeling.
Glenys "[The] amount of hatred that the referendum discussions have been causing I'm sure has contributed to the madness that we're seeing and the acrimony and nastiness - real cruel nastiness - that's being peddled currently is just unacceptable and can only lead to the kind of anger which generates that kind of hatred...
"There's a lot of acrimony going on," Gary LaBarbera, the president of the Building and Construction Trades Council of New York, said during a panel discussion at the Crain's Real Estate Conference on Monday.
Hadid was personally approved by the Queen for the 2016 award, but an interview on BBC Radio 4's Today programme to mark her achievement descended into acrimony as presenter Sarah Montague asked Hadid about deaths of construction workers in Qatar and plans for the Tokyo national stadium.
One line in the article caught my eye, "Neol left the Selecter amid some acrimony over the rights to the band's name".
Now it seems to be going the way of so many privatised services; descending into acrimony, dispute, and inevitably, legal action.