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1 Management and staff are at loggerheads over the plan.
2 He and his wife are always at loggerheads.
3 The Chancellor is at loggerheads with the Prime Minister over public spending.
4 He is at loggerheads with many of his own party over the issue of taxation.
5 France was left isolated and at loggerheads with other EU member countries over its refusal to fall into line with demands to cut state borrowing.
6 Look here, you two ,(www.Sentencedict.com) you're always at loggerheads. Mend it or end it.
7 The students are at loggerheads with the college over the price of food in the canteen.
8 The two governments are still at loggerheads over the island.
9 I think Himmler and Speer are at loggerheads.
10 Pundits are also at loggerheads about the crisis.
11 Interview he sez the idea that industrialists are at loggerheads with conservationists needs to be dispelled.
12 Now Nicholas's parents and his old school are at loggerheads.
13 His trusted advisers are at loggerheads, and he can not put off a decision much longer.
14 When kings were at loggerheads with their clergy, which was not their usual relationship, morality constituted the most dramatic battleground.
15 They've been at loggerheads with the Government over a ten million pound capping row.
16 The pair have been at loggerheads over which of them was more worthy of the player of the century accolade.
17 Peasants in grain-short areas may well be at loggerheads with those in grain-surplus areas.
18 The two hospital workers were always at loggerheads.
19 The North and South were at loggerheads.
20 The situation is at loggerheads right now.
21 Mrs. Smith enjoys setting people at loggerheads.
22 Mr Stuart and his wife are always at loggerheads.
23 The two countries are at loggerheads over trading issues.
24 He enjoys setting people at loggerheads.
25 Here you see two Kuomintangites at loggerheads ,[sentencedict.com] Sun Fo and Chiang Kai - shek.
26 The representatives had long been at loggerheads on foreign aid.
27 For months dentists and the health department have been at loggerheads over fees.
28 This, remember, was a deal between two companies that were then at loggerheads in the courts!
29 For almost 18 months Margaret Thatcher and Nigel Lawson have been at loggerheads over sterling.
30 Mary died in November 1558 in union with Rome, but at loggerheads with the pope.
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