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1, Let's not quibble over minor details.
2, The machine comes with a three-year no quibble guarantee.
3, The only quibble about this book is the lack of colour illustrations.
4, They continued to quibble about the date of departure when I came in.
5, His main weakness is to quibble over unimportant things.
6, She's only introducing this as a quibble.
7, She pretended to quibble with a phrase or two, then looked questioningly to her mother.
8, Whilst some might quibble with the second part of that statement, who could argue with the first?
9, But he was not going to quibble about it this time.
10, But apart from that minor quibble, it was fine.
11, Overall sound quality, with this minor quibble, is in the highest class.
12, The one thing you can't quibble about is the voice.
13, Who would now quibble with the implications of that?
14, They retail at around ￡14 with a no quibble 12 month guarantee.
15, Clinton should respond by signing on, without a quibble.
16, This is not just a quibble over words.
17, Why quibble over whose turn it is to buy lunch? Split it, and forget about it.
18, None would quibble with the subtitle: Reflections on a life of happiness and fun.
19, Of course, there are things to quibble about, too.
20, It is a minor quibble from a splendid weekend.
21, A no - quibble, money - back guarantee for goods returned within 14 days of receipt.
22, Why quibble ? It just amounted to pulling an inconsiderate monkey.
23, Don't quibble over the money; pay her what she asks.
24, Do not quibble over the thing.
25, Pedants will find plenty to quibble in Mr Kaletsky's analysis the past ,[http://sentencedict.com/quibble.html] let alone his predictions.
26, When you quarrel with a close friend, talk about the main dish, don't quibble over the appetizers.
27, She said I owed her twenty dollars. I thought it was twenty-five but I wasn't going to quibble.
28, When heaven gives a sign, a wise man does not quibble.
29, When you quarrel with a close friend about the main dish, don't quibble the appetizers.
30, Ms Taiwan: Can't work at all, but still brag and quibble rascally.
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