Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of wrangle.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wrangle.

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Examples

  • Lunder said there is a "good atmosphere" between the company's majority shareholders, Telenor ASA and Altimo, which have a history of public disagreements and legal wrangles over Vimpelcom's strategy.

    VimpelCom Hurt By Russia Spending

  • When wrangles occur over dramatic changes to the capital's skyline, the Gherkin is invariably invoked as proof that, when in doubt, shiny architectural outrageousness should trump the case for heritage and the popular aversion for more tall buildings.

    Will no one halt the vandalising of London's skyline? | Catherine Bennett

  • In "The Age of Doubt: Tracing the Roots of Our Religious Uncertainty" 2011, which details this and several other major wrangles over doctrine and dogma, I show that Nicholson's pamphlet was not the only one to appear after observance of Sunday as "the Lord's Day" became law across Britain for more than 150 years.

    Christopher Lane: The Striking History Of Britain's Sunday Law

  • On the other hand, there's no question that both Florida as a place, and UM graduates as important players in that place, have been at the center of major wrangles with national impact ranging from the 2000 election to the Terri Schiavo affair.

    Discourse.net: Ten Reasons Why You Should Teach Here -- And Three Why You Shouldn't (v. 3.0)

  • Regina Boutté keeps the Sturges enterprise in line with school rules, plus wrangles kids, shirts, lunches, and transportation.

    Joanne D'Antonio: The Last Legacy of Preston Sturges

  • Mr. Obama remains personally more popular in Turkey than his policies or the U.S. itself, a curiosity, given the series of disputes and wrangles the two Cold War allies have had over Armenia, Israel, Iran and other issues since he came to power.

    U.S. Vote Cheered in China, Rued in Russia

  • This is bad news for Sino-Forest, since it means that whatever a special board committee reports and whatever the outcome of the legal wrangles, investors' confidence is unlikely to return to a company forced to operate under the conditions in which any legitimate forestry company in China must.

    Falling Out of Love with China

  • She now wrangles facts for a living, searches them out, places them in order, verifies some, debunks others and places still more in that large gray area: unproven.

    Librarian Kee Malesky Considers 'All Facts' For NPR

  • This is bad news for Sino-Forest, since it means that whatever a special board committee reports and whatever the outcome of the legal wrangles, investor confidence is unlikely to return to a company forced to operate under the conditions in which any legitimate forestry company in China must.

    Falling Out of Love With China

  • Regina Boutté keeps the Sturges enterprise in line with school rules, plus wrangles kids, shirts, lunches, and transportation.

    Joanne D'Antonio: The Last Legacy of Preston Sturges

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