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1. There was a slight contretemps between Richard and some bloke at the bar.
2. They have been ignoring me since our last contretemps.
3. He was briefly arrested in Rome after a contretemps with Italian police.
4. Have you got over your little contretemps with the neighbour yet[http://sentencedict.com/contretemps.html], or are you still not speaking?
5. Something was going to balance his previous contretemps.
6. That contretemps is just one example of the conflicting signals on the UK economy.
7. He tried to smooth over his contretemps with the policeman.
8. One Georgetown player shrugged off the contretemps. "Man, it's just a game, " he said.
9. I noticed on Tuesday morning when we had our contretemps in Dean's park.
10. The principal cause of injuries for adults was work wounds (81.8%), and for minors it was contretemps(83.3%).
11. The application results show that the system is simple and applied, and offers exact information that came from coal mine in time, decreases contretemps forwardly.
12. Her male cousins had hardly prepared her for a contretemps with a man she desired.
13. "We are working on it" have declared Amauri's agents Mariano and Vittorio Grimaldi, "today's meeting has been delayed only because we had a contretemps and so did Juventus executives".
14. It was during this illness that the first real contretemps occurred.
15. The era that we are living in is one full of stress: economic crisis, contretemps, frustration in school work, disharmony about interpersonal relations etc.
16. Against the background of the G20 trade talks in Pittsburgh, that contretemps made this an auspicious time to examine the age-old question of protectionism.
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