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“Vital swine flu hotline delayed for months by Whitehall in-fighting”
“They are all gathered with one goal, no more in-fighting.”
“But the current members can tell you about the current in-fighting, the good things that the organization is attempting to do, and why they joined this particular group.”
“Keep up the in-fighting, it gives you less time to mis-inform the ignorant base that seems to be today's conservative constituency.”
“Not to mention their in-fighting makes them look totally inept!”
“This is just some figerpointing du jour on the periphery of current GOP in-fighting.”
“Quit your infernal in-fighting and pass health care reform-NOW!!!!”
“From $1 million concerts by Mariah Carey to private militias, cables released by WikiLeaks reveal a Gaddafi clan torn by in-fighting and overspending.”
“In a media interview Sunday and in published excerpts of the book, Mr. Darling describes Mr. Brown's leadership as a "fairly brutal regime" that was hamstrung by in-fighting, lurched from crisis to crisis and failed to adequately guide the country through the banking crisis and subsequent recession.”
“Maybe the whole Wessex dynasty had taken fright at the 40 years of in-fighting that had followed Alfred's death and made a deal among themselves to ensure that Æthelstan was succeeded by his half-brother Edmund.”
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