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a feud in which members of the opposing parties murder each other


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Readers first meet Kerry - a successful lawyer who has grown up away from the family crime business - in Blood Feud, at the funeral of her brother who had been head of the firm.
It turns out, he was the same tribal chief who, in 2006, had presided over a jirga that had ordered the forced "marriages" of five babies, all girls, aged between two and five years old, in vani or a blood feud settlement according to which women and girls are traded as payment for men's violence against each other.
Are they just a mere means of settling a blood feud between tribes or compensation for any ill crimes committed by the family's elders?
Beltran raised theories onTalumpa's political rivalries, his staunch advocacy against illegal drugs and his possible involvement in "rido" or blood feuds.
"Living in Uncertainty: Resurgence of Blood Feud in Albanian Post-Socialist Society and Its Consequences on Children and Young Adults," Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice 9(2): 28-38.
Sheron Dayoc's 'Women of the Weeping River,' about a widow caught in an escalating blood feud stretching back generations, was heralded the best picture at the 2016 QCinema International Film Festival awards ceremony on Wednesday night.
BLOOD FEUD Smith bludgeoned Alex Cameron to death then buried him under manure
With Taryk Akan in its leading role as a peasant who is forced by a local blood feud to sell his sheep in Ankara, the film also features Melike Demiray- and Tuncel Kurtiz in its main cast.
Think about the big battles, like the ongoing Apple-Samsung blood feud, which is, of course, a proxy for Apple's beef with Android supplier Google.
Trouble in Rutbah, in Anbar province near the Jordanian border, started Saturday when Daesh militants killed a local resident for killing a member of the group as part of a long-running clan blood feud. Hundreds of residents demonstrated later that day to protest the killing and clashes broke out when the militants attempted to disperse the protesters.
The so called "phenomenon" of Ukip is merely a blood feud between the Conservative Party and those of its creed that have gone over to Ukip.
For Blood Feud, a sequel to The Truth About Hillary: What She Knew, When She Knew It, and How Far She'll Go to Become President (2005) and The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House (2012), Klein interviewed several hundred people, including close friends of the Clintons and Obamas.
Maybe it was because this party celebrated the hit of the best-seller nonfiction list -- the hot "Blood Feud: The Clintons vs.