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a bitter quarrel between two parties

carry out a feud

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Nothing stops a feuding coworker like someone who won't engage.
2) Feuds define the relationship of the feuding parties as a sort of ideology; all further interchanges between the two groups--political and military--are defined in reference to the conventional reciprocity of the feud despite their obvious opportunistic features.
This isn't the first time that high-powered weapons have been available to Limerick's feuding families.
He revealed there are 55 currently in custody directly linked to feuding factions and many more who are "happy to take their place" on the outside.
Second, it's not really a feud unless both guys are feuding.
Photo: NBC head Robert Wright sits between feuding media giants Ted Turner, left, and Rupert Murdoch at a White House ceremony.
Despite a dramatic drop in crime in the city over the past year, gang warfare is rampant with six feuding family gangs at war on the streets.
To try to mend this emotional damage, court-ordered programs that teach feuding parents how to stop, and children how to express their feelings, are becoming the norm rather than the exception.
Now I'm trying to work out if it's the UFF or the UDA who are feuding with the UVF.
The driver and Valenzuela had been feuding over a 15-year-old girl, said Detective Cheryl Lyons.
Photo: Jack Lemmon and James Garner star as two feuding former U.
Nicki Minaj made it clear she and Iggy Azalea are not feuding.
Leave it to the media to come up with stories about the boys of 1D feuding over their style of music.
Assistant chief constable Garry Shewan said: "We have two feuding criminal families and we need to investigate the role that feud took in determining the outcome that we've seen in the last six months.
The newest "American Idol" judges, divas Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj are no longer feuding.