(1) I have no quarrel was those who call themselves ├ö├ç├┐Traditionalist├ö├ç├û Catholic per se.(2) The injury he had done was not the result of sudden heat of blood or quarrel , but of a deliberate determination to commit violence, for the purpose of preventing others working for the wages they chose to work for.(3) As for D' Souza's defense of capitalism, he'll get no quarrel from me, although it's astonishing how little these arguments change over the years.(4) Most of this Indian section, which like the rest of the book rides on a great deal of research, is smoothly convincing; we sanction it without quarrel as the prelude to the real event, the shipwreck.(5) On the contrary, many people who have no quarrel with having liquor served with meals often treat the matter as a non-issue.(6) he will quarrel like hell if he see black pods on the trees(7) Confrontation on Spruce St. is one example, in which a young couple is seen arguing - maybe over a parking spot, maybe having a lovers' quarrel , maybe even sharing a joke.(8) Initially, the cultural differences between the two causes them to quarrel , but as they set farther into the desert, the film becomes one of mutual self-discovery.(9) we have no quarrel with the people of the country, only with the dictator(10) he made the mistake of picking a quarrel with John(11) They will get no quarrel from me about the utterly tacky impropriety of these guys acting as the messengers for such a call.(12) However, it was no playground quarrel between fellow pupils.(13) We should not quarrel over external differences.(14) It was not a particularly serious quarrel and the relationship between the two of you up to that point had been fairly good.(15) My only real quarrel is with the chapter on ├ö├ç├┐Neurodevelopment and Pharmacological Treatment├ö├ç├û by the aforementioned editors of Pathological Gambling.(16) Several, in fact, read my blog and with such people I have no quarrel and never have had one.