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trouble and strife

Wife. The phrase comes from Cockney rhyming slang. Primarily heard in UK. How's the trouble and strife? I haven't seen her in a while.
See also: and, trouble
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Mughal stressed on the need of adopting positive approach by the humans as a panacea to end the strife and pave the way for peace in society.
Last week, a court in Minya ordered the release of eight defendants held against the backdrop of a sectarian strife that occurred in the governorate in May.
The Dubai Court of First Instance convicted the woman of abusing the telecommunication system to incite sectarian strife and hatred and to offend her uncle after she pleaded guilty.
"We will not allow any strife to take place between Muslims, because if it happens then no one can handle its consequences," Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdel-Latif Derian said after meeting Druze spiritual leader Sheikh Naim Hasan.
| In Time O' Strife will be at |Sherman Cymru, Cardiff from tomorrow until Saturday.
| In Time O' Strife will be at Sherman |Cymru, Cardiff, from tomorrow until Saturday.
There's no escaping that In Time o' Strife will be seen through a post-referendum template when it returns to Dundee and Glasgow in the next fortnight.
This Is Your Strife aims to with learning difficulties Some of those taking part in This Is Your Strif?
Each party to the country's political division has begun to claim that responsibility for preventing strife, which might be the objective of the bombing in the suburbs, lies with others.
STRIFE AND TIMES: Richard Dormer and Jodie Whitaker
"Today, the region lives (under) a dangerous wave of challenges, the real root of which is sectarianism," Nuri al-Maliki said in a speech in the shrine city of Najaf, adding that large amounts of money are being spent on "sectarian goals." "Why do we hear from these governments that are releasing fire in the sectarian strife, the strife of hatred that strikes at the unity of Muslims?" asked Maliki, a Shiite.
In this book for general readers, Safer, a psychotherapist who has written for O: The Oprah Magazine, draws on 60 in-depth interviews with adult siblings, as well as her own experience with her estranged disabled brother, to explore the causes and consequences of sibling strife. Although she emphasizes the potential for healing and reconciliation, she also acknowledges that reconciliation is not desirable if the relationship is too toxic.
Al-Houthi underlined that the Saudi plot is aimed at an aggression of the "al-Hojjah" province, distancing the Yemeni people from their revolution and stirring sectarian strife in the country.
Summary: DUBAI - The Dubai Police have arrested an activist and preacher for allegedly inciting social strife.