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(1) Madonna backed out of the project after much wrangling.
(2) They're still wrangling over the financial details.
(3) The children were wrangling over the new toy.
(4) It is the matter they are wrangling over.
(5) The various government departments are wrangling with each other.
(6) They are still wrangling over ownership of the house.
(7) They had been wrangling with the authorities about/over parking spaces.
(8) A group of MPs is still wrangling with the government over the timing of elections.
(9) Yet the legal wrangling may not be completely over.
(10) It follows years of wrangling over a controversial by-pass.
(11) Months of wrangling over new production standards for the vaccine and new inspection procedures followed.
(12) There had been a great deal of wrangling over the menu.
(13) As the wrangling has stretched into the new year, Clinton has moved up some in public esteem.
(14) BIn this saga of judicial wrangling, the government misread public sentiment.
(15) Sources say the parties are also wrangling over the length of the deal.
(16) He was wrangling for the best deal he could get and trying to ensure it would not be his last.
(17) In a day of legal wrangling, Fujisaki and attorneys from both sides hashed out a thick stack of jury instructions.
(18) Since the freehold all belonged to the boss, wrangling over ownership was beside the point.
(19) Wrangling After years of wrangling, the contract was suspended in 1992. Sentencedict.com
(20) This cuts directly away from the usual philosophical wrangling about this all-important subject.
(21) The two sides have spent most of their time wrangling over procedural problems.
(22) Setting the fees for each pollutant would be highly contentious and beset by political wrangling.
(23) That was left to a Commission on Admissions, which spent the summer and fall wrangling bitterly over the details.
(24) And now we have Sliver which was the subject of much wrangling and hasn't exactly set the world on fire.
(25) Bush's shaky mandate was partly due to the closeness of the election vote and the legal wrangling afterwards.
(26) The construction of this market has led to four years of wrangling that could yet scupper agreement.
(27) But, with some few exceptions, the main results had been disputatious wrangling.
(28) And this is without the inevitable political and legal wrangling so characteristic of any nuclear activity in the United States.
(29) The Gingrich investigation lasted two years and was marked by extraordinary partisan wrangling.
(30) Of the three provisions, the one causing the greatest partisan and ideological wrangling is medical savings accounts, known as MSAs.
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