from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A row; a dispute.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A scuffle or fight.
- n. An argument or dispute.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. an angry dispute.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an angry dispute
The key thing in this so called dustup is Obama is not on records personally stating his position.
This means that somehow the dustup is the Clinton campaign's fault?
Anyone recall the dustup that occured when Ted Rall did the comic comparing the boy king to a mentally retarded person?
The dustup could be a publicity coup for Zynga, which is on the verge of making its stock market debut.
The dustup is the latest scandal in global warming science, coming after the disclosure of attempts to shade climate-science research findings at the U. K.'s East Anglia U.iversity and the failed talks in Copenhagen by environmental policymakers last month.
It's incredible to me that you see Obama gaining leverage on this "dustup".
LEMON: Jessica, hey, I think "dustup" is putting it mild there.
Look, the whole Valenti-Althouse "dustup" comes down to one thing: Valenti made a casual mistake by proudly posing with Clinton, then compounded it by revealing her cluelessness of the most basic feminist issues relating to Clinton.
Denizens of the Seattle blogosphere and loyal readers of this site will recall the dustup which ensued when Capitol Hill’s Victrola Coffee & Art decided to turn off its free 802.11 wireless service on weekends.
New York Times reports that the "" dustup "over President-elect Barack Obama's selection of Leon Panetta" to lead the CIA appeared to cool Wednesday "after Senator Dianne Feinstein, incoming chairwoman of the Select Committee on Intelligence," dropped her criticism, "saying,
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