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  • More Quarreling Over Libya Hits NATO Rebels Hijack Gadhafi's Phone Network Video : Call for NATO to Step Up Libya Strikes Libya's finance minister and interim central banker Abdel-Hafidh Zlitni told reporters in Tripoli expressed alarm at talk of arming the rebels and suggestions that the country's frozen assets be used to finance the interim government in Benghazi.

    Allies Clash on Libya Stalemate

  • Quarreling gulls and feeding migratory birds took no notice as he sped past the town dump toward the harbor.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • Quarreling among ourselves making intellectual talking points is a useless endeavor.

    Martin Luther King and Unjust Laws Today

  • Quarreling nobles can quickly take to maintaining small but effective bodies of knights.

    Horses in seventh-century England

  • Quarreling and disaffected, they reached Byzantium, where the final and fatal falling-out took place.

    Fortune's Favorites

  • "Quarreling again?" the earl asked as the two of them strode toward the stables.

    Snow Angels

  • Quarreling with his parents, he left them and went off to live among the serfs and peasants on a far-off estate where he devoted himself to his writings.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • Quarreling with his parents, he left them and went off to live among the serfs and peasants on a far-off estate where he devoted himself to his writings.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • Quarreling with his parents, he left them and went off to live among the serfs and peasants on a far-off estate where he devoted himself to his writings.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • Quarreling and lack of parent support, strife, and distrust are frequently in the lives of despairing youth Cantor, 1976.

    Clinical Work with Adolescents

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  • '' Two young telegraph operators begin quarreling, then chatting, over the wire and eventually fall in love after a long flirtatious exchange of messages, all heard by other operators up and down the same telegraph line.'' Book: Distracted by Maggie Jackson, Page 29

    September 8, 2010