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bicker about (something)

To argue or squabble with someone about something. Would you two quit bickering about our plans for today? I need five minutes of peace and quiet! I do really like Helen, even though we're always bickering about something or other.
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bicker over (something)

To argue or squabble with someone about something. Would you two quit bickering over our plans for today? I need five minutes of peace and quiet! I do really like Helen, even though we're always bickering over something or other.
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bicker with (someone)

To argue or squabble with someone. Would you quit bickering with your sister? I need five minutes of peace and quiet! I do really like Helen, even though I'm always bickering with her about something or other.
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bicker with (someone) about (something)

To argue or squabble with someone about something. Would you quit bickering with your sister about our plans for the day? I need five minutes of peace and quiet! I do really like Helen, even though we're always bickering about something or other.
See also: bicker

bicker with (someone) over (something)

To argue or squabble with someone about something. Would you quit bickering with your sister over your plans for the day? I need five minutes of peace and quiet! I do really like Helen, even though I'm always bickering with her over something or other.
See also: bicker, over
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bicker (with someone) (about someone or something)

 and bicker (with someone or something) (over someone or something)
to argue with someone about someone or something. Why are you always bickering with her about absolutely nothing? Please don't bicker with us over these small details.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Bickers said when the software update is complete, the company will work with regulators to return MAX models into service.
His partners in a recent game got an inkling that something special was on the way - they played nine holes and Bickers birdied eight of them.
Bickers said, adding that the best clue to this is in a careful assessment of the patterns of involvement.
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The problem, however, is that when one looks at actual federal programs, as Stein and Bickers do here, one finds that not even a majority of districts receive any monies (how many districts, for example, are eligible for federal tobacco price subsidies?).
Stein and Bickers suggest not; instead, they suggest that the two extant models have neglected to include a key player in the policymaking process, namely, interest groups.
So Liverpool's FACT centre decided to get four critics - Mark Lawson, Sarah Kent, Tim Marlow and Patricia Bickers, to put themselves on the spot.
``These factors encourage immediate identification from actors and directorsPatricia Bickers, editor of Art Monthly, meanwhile, has chosen Fiona Banner - one of her gimmicks is to write a scene by scene description of a movie, enlarge the pages and then hang the results on gallery walls.
Its Critic's Choice exhibition has film, video and digital art selected by Mark Lawson, Sarah Kent, Tim Marlow and Patricia Bickers.
Patricia Bickers, editor of Art Monthly, looks very attractive in the photograph adorning the show's catalogue.
The exhibition, entitled Critic's Choice, at the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, has been curated by four of this country's leading art critics: Patricia Bickers, Editor of Art Monthly, Sarah Kent, Arts Editor of Time Out magazine; Mark Lawson, Guardian critic and presenter of BBC's Late Show and Radio 4's Front Row, and Tim Marlow, TV and radio broadcaster and Director of the White Cube Gallery.
FACT director Ceri Hand, left, with, from left, Patricia Bickers, Sarah Kent and Tim Marlow Picture: EDDIE BARFORD