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often-fractious

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  • Advocates say mayoral control allows city leaders to overhaul school systems more quickly by avoiding often-fractious school boards.

    Taking Schools Into Their Own Hands

  • Perhaps the biggest challenge facing Baker, Curry said, will be to knit together a coalition within the county, where five of the nine members of the County Council will be newcomers and the often-fractious Annapolis delegation has contributed to political divisiveness.

    Rushern Baker's victory suggests wish for change in Prince George's

  • Perhaps the biggest challenge facing Baker, Curry said, will be to knit together a coalition within the county, where five of the nine members of the County Council will be newcomers and the often-fractious Annapolis delegation has contributed to political divisiveness.

    Rushern Baker's victory suggests wish for change in Prince George's

  • But there's a growing feeling on this often-fractious team that this could be the year.

    Australia's Schwarzer Heading to Arsenal?

  • Perhaps the biggest challenge facing Baker, Curry said, will be to knit together a coalition within the county, where five of the nine members of the County Council will be newcomers and the often-fractious Annapolis delegation has contributed to political divisiveness.

    Rushern Baker's victory suggests wish for change in Prince George's

  • But there's a growing feeling on this often-fractious team that this could be the year.

    The Silent Orange March Continues

  • Some Republicans also worry that they could end up having trouble rallying around their party's eventual nominee, a problem faced in recent years by the often-fractious Democrats.

    Democratic Voters' Fervor

  • As the housing crisis began to unfold last year, Mr. Kashkari assembled an often-fractious group of competitors in the mortgage-service industry to work together to help prevent foreclosures.

    Amid Turmoil, Tireless Team

  • Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Danny Williams proclaimed a new era of partnership in the often-fractious relationship between his government and the oil industry Wednesday as he inked a deal to proceed with the $7-billion Hebron offshore project.

    Daimnation!: A hard bargain pays off

  • Rebel officials are eager to prove they can bring a stable political future to Libya, and that their movement is more than an often-fractious collection of tribes, ethnicities and semi-autonomous militias.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

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