This may be the background of the current squabble
between the Newsletter & Electronic Publishers Association and the Foundation boards of directors over whether the association should charge the foundation an administrative fee for the various staff services it has always provided gratis (NL/NL 6/16/04).
Meanwhile, Nicoletta's Greek aunt Antonia squabbles
with Steve about what should be served at dinner.
Steven notes that his father has substantial assets--including stocks, bonds, and several bank accounts--and a will would ensure that they are dispersed as the senior Woods desires, avoiding squabbles
between siblings and legal hassles in state probate court.
If their squabbles
are blatant attention-seeking, it's worth examining whether you're sparking sibling rivalry by showing favouritism to one or the other, or whether you take scant notice of either of them when they're not fighting.
An all-gay variation on The Real World turns the cameras on the squabbles
in a summer resort
Some groups, meanwhile, fearing government intrusion in the Internet, or the bullying of small-time Internet users by big corporations, have proposed arbitration as a way to resolve cybersquatting squabbles
before they get to court.
The late Professor Kruft's lofty perspective over two millennia of architectural theorizing, originally published in German in 1985 and now translated into elegantly lucid English, makes such squabbles
over precedence dwindle to insignificance.
There are squabbles
among the DEA agents, squabbles
between the agents and their bosses, squabbles
with Washington, and more squabbles
with the FBI, which is worried that the DEA's Operation Swordfish will undermine its own similar Operation Greenback, or that the DEA will hog the limelight if both operations succeed.
But the larger matters at stake often become mired in political, regulatory and legal squabbles
over issues such as credit-based insurance scoring and mandated health benefits.
IS anyone else tired of listening to the petty squabbles
from government over gay marriage, referendums, Europe and such?
Lowy said: "Did it hurt us the squabbles
about the stadia?
constantly with her grandmother, who clings to her Italian circle of family and friends and always worries about what people will say.
Lawmakers pitched legislation addressing the issue during their 2004 session, but the bills, which drew bipartisan support, wound up the victims of political squabbles
We can now expect him to mount a vigorous campaign to keep prayer out of schools, at long last understanding that the restriction prevents unseemly squabbles
among adherents to different faiths and that, far from hurting religion, the separation of church and state serves to protect it.
After witnessing the inevitable squabbles
and conflicts between family members regarding the future of Olan Mills Inc.