It was unrealistic to think two people could spend a lifetime together and never squabble about anything.
She had to turn up her music to cover the noise of her neighbors having a squabble.
It was common for the siblings to squabble about who gets the bathroom first in the mornings.
I was rudely awakened by a squabble happening outside her apartment late at night.
Even a small squabble had the ability to crush the sensitive, little girl's happy mood.
The parents tried not to squabble around their children to keep them from getting upset.
There's always a squabble when my family members try to arrange where to go out to eat.
Sarah needed to decide if the fight with her boyfriend was just a silly squabble or the start of a serious conflict.
squabble over the ownership of a cat.
When adolescent friends squabble, their conflicts typically center on issues such as gossiping, disclosing secrets, or loyalty and perceived betrayal.
Production was put on hold, probably for various reasons, but rumors surfaced about the ongoing squabble between Sarah Jessica and co-star Kim Cattrall, who played the role of saucy Samantha Jones.
I like the way the big fish squabble over the food.
squabble come to pass?
Emily Low has a much more animated squabble with her two partners.
squabble about an inheritance.
At the end Nana is killed in a petty squabble that does not have much to do with her anyway.
squabble over the food.
A ' domestic squabble ' implied that the matter had little to do with English government policy.
In reality it was a bitter family squabble, with all sides equally to blame.
This pamphlet, which had its origin in a petty squabble, was followed in 1793 by a Fragment de l'histoire secrete de la Revolution, in which the party of the Gironde, and specially Brissot, were most mercilessly attacked.
Nor are its dimensions (460 by 345 ft.) such as to place it in the first rank of structures of this class, nor are there any underground chambers below the arena, with devices for raising wild beasts, &c. But, as we learn from the case of their squabble with the people of Nuceria, the games celebrated in the amphitheatre on grand occasions would be visited by large numbers from the neighbouring towns.
Another man had wanted him to sort out a domestic squabble about an inheritance.
So how has this silly little squabble come to pass?
The residents introduce the interns to the cases and the interns and residents squabble over who will perform the surgery.
Two London families are engaged in a legal squabble over the ownership of a cat.
The squabble was said to have happened in front of Eisler and O'Brien's children when they picked them up at O'Brien's home.
Don't intervene when your children are engaged in a minor squabble such as an argument over who can play with a favorite toy.
While it's unrealistic-- and undesirable-- to shield kids from every family squabble, it is a mistake to put them front and center.
dowager duchesses no longer squabble in foyers and instead are prepared to pay for copies of the unending new titles on the news-stands.
Once again Gough held on using a defensive line, with Patten watching the two squabble in the front of him.
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