In the 'Big Three Public Dialogue' of April 28, the leaders of the Nepali Congress (NC), the UML, and the Maoists exposed themselves as the old guard: high-caste men squabbling
, noisily, about who among them will be the next prime minister.
We do believe that the bid requires some re-organisation and a new direction to allow the team to focus on winning the votes we need rather than domestic squabbling
Financial and economic affairs committee chairman Isa Abu Al Fateh urged MPs to stop squabbling
in open session, which he said was being broadcast live on radio and watched by the Press in the gallery.
to get the post, which is the country's third-highest office, are Massimo D'Alema, the president of the Democrats of the Left party, and communist leader Fausto Bertinotti.
over: The Hollywood golden couple's marriage breakdown in 2005
Together, the unlikely pair encounter a host of memorable characters including twin sideshow fat ladies, squabbling
philosophers, an escape artist, and others.
So he can't truly referee disputes among squabbling
History, she noted, "gives you the sense of people in their own time--loving, living, squabbling
Months of squabbling
within the labor community over organization and campaign strategy have produced at least two competing groups aimed at raising soft money for grassroots mobilization and independent expenditures.
With Lurline's four sons (Michael, 44, Keith and Kenneth, both 42, and Darnell, 39) and Paul's son and daughter (Chad, 24, and Lisa, 39), the couple did not want their blended family squabbling
over assets when they die.
When Edward suddenly dies, his devastated daughters begin making funeral arrangements, squabbling
over every detail, including the generous will that their father left behind.
The two people on the floor represent (A) terrorists; (B) squabbling
children; (C) Israel and the Palestinians.
Overlooking areas where right- and left-wingers could work together, we play home versions of papal power games, mentally "excommunicating" fellow Catholics who disagree with us or squabbling
over definitions of "cafeteria Catholicism.
at WBZ radio and television in Boston made the papers after a reporter from a competing TV station was interviewed on WBZ radio.
Charles Estepp deplores the squabbling
that dominates racing politics, while no progress is made on the issue of pensions