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Political observers believe that the United States has remained at loggerheads with Iran mainly over the independent and home-grown nature of Tehran's nuclear technology, which gives the Islamic Republic the potential to turn into a world power and a role model for the other third-world countries.
An Open Day will be held next Saturday, April 21, at Loggerheads and the Trail also has its own website www.
Wickham also noted that Jakes' answer "put himself at loggerheads with those on the religious right who claim that this nation is a Christian state and who clamor for politicians to follow their lead.
Nursing organizations are at loggerheads over this.
WGA west President Donald Petrie called for a continuation of talks even as the two sides remained at loggerheads over such issues as health care and DVD residuals.
The fallout has included a split in NATO, the UN Security Council at loggerheads and bad blood between European 'partners'.
The three storey, period-inspired Malvern housetype is now available at Bellway's Tudor Lodge development at Loggerheads in Shropshire.
The company operates transpennine services into Liverpool's Lime Street and has been at loggerheads with the Rail Maritime and Transport union over pay since last year.
Their work may not end the polemics, but it will certainly explain in detail precisely how the Holy Office, the Congregation of the Index, several religious orders, and a series of differently-minded popes worked, sometimes in tandem but more often at loggerheads.
In addition, in the case of Eastern-rite Catholics, the Vatican was trying to dialogue with the Orthodox with whom the Eastern-rite Catholics were at loggerheads, thus causing a strain between Rome and its Eastern-rite members.
Their longing was an emotion common to Nelson's ambiguous show, in which aspirations are at loggerheads with actual relationships, material or esthetic--as frustrating a confrontation in paint as it is in life.
For instance, COYOTE (Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics) has been at loggerheads with WHISPER (Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt).