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  • Great Regulars: The various stages and facets and dimensions of Romantic Love--unrequited love, union, parting, waiting, pining during the absence of husband, love-quarrel and their causes coming under uri-p-porul in relation to tinais, have been summarised by Dr TNR in his introductionAccording to Dr TNR Love-theme as handled by Sankam literature marks the Tirukkovaiyar, with this difference.

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  • This little love-quarrel being finished and settled, the

    Strong as Death

  • The logic which governs them is within them and is perpetually remoulded by passion like that of people engaged in a love-quarrel or in some domestic dispute, such as that of a son with his father, of a cook with her mistress, of a woman with her husband.

    Time Regained

  • Syracusan constitution was once changed by a love-quarrel of two young men, who were in the government.

    Politics

  • This little love-quarrel being finished and settled, the Countess resumed her light, society tone.

    Strong as Death

  • But a sort of love-quarrel, after all, thought Captain Delano.

    The Piazza Tales

  • A kind of love-quarrel had taken place between himself and

    The Tithe-Proctor The Works of William Carleton, Volume Two

  • I make no doubt that she was endeavouring to get some favourable augury about the result of her love-quarrel with young Ready-Money, as oracles have always been more consulted on love affairs than upon any thing else.

    Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists

  • Then, on a love-quarrel arising between husband and wife, her pearl necklace was broken.

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  • When there was a gap in the mountains, he could hear the querulous, senseless love-quarrel of flickers going on below him; passing a deep ravine, the note of the wood-thrush -- that shy lyrist of the hills -- might rise to him from a dense covert of maple and beech: or, with a startling call, a red-crested cock of the woods would beat his white-striped wings from spur to spur, as though he were keeping close to the long swells of an unseen sea.

    The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come

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