Wrangle sentence example

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  • We don't believe in a long legal wrangle.
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  • Now herons call And wrangle by their pool; and hooting owls Sail from the wood above pale stooks of oats.
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  • He became parish Surveyor, and when required, measured the land for farmers and laborers in Wrangle and the adjacent parishes.
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  • There's going to be a legal wrangle anyway, whatever route is chosen.
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  • After an internal wrangle, it's selling its brewery site, ending 200 years of operations.
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  • A long-running wrangle over the future of the Polhill campus at de Montfort University reaches planners this coming week.
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  • Former City player Josh Low is in the middle of a transfer wrangle.
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  • He has been embroiled in a planning wrangle with neighbors over an extractor fan at the premises, called Fifteen.
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  • Allowed TfL to become involved in a futile and wasteful copyright wrangle with LCC over the LCN maps.
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  • There 's going to be a legal wrangle anyway, whatever route is chosen.
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  • After an internal wrangle, it 's selling its brewery site, ending 200 years of operations.
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  • Leaving them to rot, for the dogs to wrangle over.
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  • Then followed an hour's wrangle, with countless speeches as to the candidate for the Vise Presidency.
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  • After a protracted wrangle with his record company, it is now time to move ahead.
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  • We do n't believe in a long legal wrangle.
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  • There is a continuing wrangle between mental health charity Sane and the Department of Health about funding for the helpline Saneline.
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  • If you have to order uniforms for multiple youth teams, you might have the opportunity to wrangle an even better deal.
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  • The disafforesting of Kesteven in 1230 brought large areas under cultivation, and the same period is marked by the growth of the maritime and fishing towns, especially Boston (which had a famous fish-market), Grimsby, Barton, Saltfleet, Wainfleet and Wrangle.
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  • One of Wallis's rough sallies in this kind suggested to Hobbes the title of the next rejoinder with which, in 1657, he sought to close the unseemly wrangle.
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  • Dinwiddie's administration was marked by a constant wrangle with the assembly over money matters; and its obstinate resistance to military appropriations caused him in 1754 and 1755 to urge the home government to secure an act of parliament compelling the colonies to raise money for their protection.
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  • But nobody was wronged; his creditors were all paid in time, and his hands were at least clean of traffic in reversions, clerkships, tellerships and all the rest of the rich sinecures which it was thought no shame in those days for the aristocracy of the land and the robe to wrangle for, and gorge themselves upon, with the fierce voracity of famishing wolves.
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