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France are at odds with themselves, the All Blacks pretty decent.
The last time Ukip were at odds with themselves was over money when members didn't like their donations fully going to Nigel Farage to futher his political career.
That the world's weather patterns are at odds with themselves seems to be a common consensus.
The pressure of our poor start had left them at odds with themselves but, while not yet perfect, this was a far better display.
Many chick lit novels magnify these failures at work and in relationships with heroines who are at odds with themselves. Something Blue's Darcy Rhone is beautiful, spoiled and will stop at nothing to get her own way.
EVEN the bookmakers were at odds with themselves after the far-from-impressive success of the well-touted Scottish Stage at Newbury did little to clarify the Vodafone Oaks picture.
Not every figure is as obviously conflicted, but all seem subtly at odds with themselves.
But the short-head victory over The Glow-Worm had the major layers at odds with themselves, and punters in utter confusion.
They were very much at odds with themselves over the importance and significance of brand awareness and basically they gave a load of verbal evidence which didn't tally with their own five-year strategy document.
ST PATRICK'S Athletic were at odds with themselves for spells of this tie but proved they are no beaten docket by digging out a deserved win.
They don't like parties at odds with themselves and punish them accordingly.