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feud (with someone) (over someone or something)

 and feud (with someone) about (someone or something)
to fight with someone over someone or something; to have an ongoing battle with someone about someone or something. Some of the neighbors are feuding with each other over the parking places on the street. Don't feud over her with me!
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The news comes just after Ross explained in a recent interview the real reason why he ended the Drake-Mill feud.
Detectives said the shooting is potentially linked to the murder of security boss Paul Massey, 55, in Salford in June and a feud between rival gangs in the Swinton and central Salford area of the city which has so far seen at least five shootings.
TIMERGARA -- local jirga settled a blood feud at Sam Paty Asbanr that changed enmity into friendship on Tuesday.
Christine Reinle noted a different pattern: Feuds were also used within peasant communities as a means of conflict resolution.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Two mothers and their three small children unfortunately joined the list of the thousands of victims of blood feuds or killings motivated by tradition in Turkey after they were shot by armed assailants outside a prison in the southeastern province of Mardin on Thursday.
Carlito Galvez, commander of the Army's 104th Infantry Brigade in Basilan, said the conflict involved the Dayalin and Duwalay families and "had something to do with 30 years of unsettled feuds.
Family feuds and violent revenge attacks are common in southern Egypt, where many families take the law into their own hands, refusing police intervention.
Speaking on the occasion, Mir Israrullah Zehri stressed on the need to bring an end to the tribal feuds and to think about future as they are harmful from every point of view.
Summary: Riyadh, Ramadan 22, 1431/ Sep 1, SPA -- Prince Salman Ibn Abdulaziz, the Governor of Riyadh Province hailed today the constant leadership support given to Family Feuds Reconciliation Committees in all principalities of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
It is a disgrace that these feuds are allowed to come into the schoolyard.
These are the weapons that are being use ubiquitously in sectarian and tribal feuds in southern Sudan in general and in Lakes State in particular.
of Aarhus, Denmark) present principal positions of new research in feuds in medieval and early modern Europe, with the majority of papers from a Continental perspective.
GREAT FEUDS IN MATHEMATICS: Ten of the Liveliest Disputes Ever
In the immortal Bard's tragedy of that most famous of family feuds, ``Romeo and Juliet,'' the prince rightly lays blame at the feet of both families who created and escalated the animosity and inflamed the rest of the population to take bitterly opposing sides.