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bickering

bi kuh ring

  • n  a quarrel about petty points
  • v  argue over petty things

  • I just like thinking of their bickering as having man-love undertones.
  • O'Reilly led him through questions on Iran, Afghanistan and Iraq, occasionally bickering with Obama ("You're not going to send ground troops into Pakistan, and you know it!") or .
  • The Washington siege was an explosive mixture of gangsterism, revenge, racial hostility and religious bickering elevated, as the participants proclaimed, to the level of a holy .
News & Articles

  • Senate immigration bill supporters push back on border security
    Bickering across a deep divide, supporters of immigration legislation pushed back hard Wednesday against Republican demands for tougher border-security measures before millions living illegally in the country could take the first steps toward U.S. citizenship.
    June 13, 2013 - Denver Post
  • Dems, GOP argue about border security
    WASHINGTON – Bickering across a deep divide, supporters of immigration legislation pushed ba ...
    June 13, 2013 - Albuquerque Journal
  • Border security at issue in immigration bill
    Bickering across a deep divide, supporters of immigration legislation pushed back hard Wednesday against Republican demands for tougher border security measures before millions living illegally in the ...
    June 12, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in Signal
    I am not the first President to take up this cause, but I am determined to be the last,Obama said in his address. "Well, the time for bickering is over. The time for games has passed. Now is the season for action."
  • Mitt Romney in Guardian Unlimited
    People have been talking about things that Washington has been promising for years but not delivered,Romney told the crowd. "And so, I will go to Washington to stop the bickering, the sniping, the partisanship, the score-settling. I will...
  • Al Sharpton in Prince George Citizen
    I just felt like I couldn't leave him,Sharpton said. "This was like my father. And that's why to me I just can't sit in court and watch the bickering, because it's too personal."

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