bone to pick


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bone to pick

Grounds for a complaint or dispute.
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Bone to Pick examines intolerance, cruelty and the possibilities of forgiveness and redemption.
Pupils at a Nuneaton school no longer have a bone to pick with their teacher after a lifeless assistant was replaced.
Not that Bubbles Galore has a bone to pick with pornography.
My husband and I have a real bone to pick with you after an answer you gave on the radio a couple of weeks ago.
When the time came to cosy up on the time came to cosy up on W the sofa in front of the cameras I took my courage in my hands and said: 'I have a bone to pick with you.
Ryu from Street Fight had a bone to pick with Taylor Swift and he decided to go one-on-one with her at Grammys.
NEW St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright still has bone to pick with Jose Mourinho for costing him a six-game stadium ban as Ballymena boss.
Doshi meanwhile, had a bone to pick with her doting father.
A simple social visit to a patient at King Faisal Specialist Hospital ended up in an altercation between the patient and his relatives as some of them had a bone to pick with the patient over some unresolved issues.
Some Americans dismiss the Spanish-born Picciotto, who declines to give her age but is said to be 64, as a little old lady with a bone to pick.
On a different tack Hgl had a bone to pick with the town's Packhorse Shopping Centre.
Relationship: If you have a bone to pick with your partner then clear the air before you have sex.
My only bone to pick with M&S is that the back label says it should be drunk "within six months".
The writers of the New Testament had a particular bone to pick with the teachers who expelled them, so it's the dark side of Pharisaism that makes it into scripture.
Ellis Cose, author of Bone to Pick, will be signing his latest title on April 19 at 7 P.