- v dispute or argue stubbornly (especially minor points)
- To all of thempro-Nazi, anti-Nazi, pro-French or pro-Leaguethe present seems no time to stickle.
- France, alarmed by the sudden pole vault to power of Adolf Hitler, began to stickle for Japanese observance of the "sanctity of treaties," preparatory to stickling later for .
- Meanwhile in London His Majesty's Government continued to stickle for the oath in a sharp note to the Irish Free State, so sharp that last week neither sender nor receiver .
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- Former Lyndhurst resident turns 100
Helen Krystofix, a resident of Preakness Healthcare Center for the past 4 years and formerly of Lyndhurst, celebrated her 100th birthday Friday, June 7. She celebrated with her daughter, Joan Toomes and granddaughter, Kathy Toomes-Stickle, who both share her birth date. A 100th birthday party celebration was held in the main dining room at Preakness Healthcare Center. Helen received a ...
June 12, 2013 - The Record