I totally agree that donations are vital and make a difference, that is why I am at odds
with organisations that keep money meant for a charity.
As someone not involved, I am at odds
to see what the whole process is intended to produce as it will not change the current leader and will likely only cause more divisions within the Labour Party.
As someone not involved I am at odds
to see what the whole process is intended to produce, as it will not change the current leader and will only cause more divisions within the Labour party?
I am at odds
with most other practitioners of nonviolent civil disobedience in the US.
Finally, I am at odds
with the mindset down here, i.e.
"There is nobody I am at odds
with in politics, currently," Arync said on Thursday while responding to reporters' questions.
But ex-Tory council leader Ken Taylor said: "I am at odds
with Lynnette Kelly when she says the hotel is operating financially correctly."
"I am at odds
with what the Labour Party thinks on this issue but I think a lot has changed since British people last had a say on this."
So I am at odds
to understand why it's good enough for some but not for me.
Obviously, I think not, but I am at odds
with the decision makers of higher ed.
"I am at odds
with the opinions of the Welsh branch of the BNP, although I have no quarrel with the party nationally."
Ticket prices are very reasonable, and I am at odds
to understand why gates are low.
"I suppose this sits squarely in the confessional slot - but that's a term I am at odds
with," she says.
ALTHOUGH I wasn't too perturbed by Channel 4's coverage of the Willie Ryan fall in the same way that jockey Richard Quinn was affected-though Quinn may have a valid point-I am at odds
over Andrew Franklin's defence of the situation.
"It is not honourable for me to remain in the shadow Cabinet when I am at odds
with it on the most important issue facing the British people," he said.