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be at loggerheads (with somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe at loggerheads (with somebody)be at loggerheads (with somebody)DISAGREEif two people are at loggerheads, they disagree very stronglybe at loggerheads (with somebody) over He is at loggerheads with many of his own party over the issue of taxation. loggerheads
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be at loggerheads (with somebody)His trusted advisers are at loggerheads, and he can not put off a decision much longer.Interview he sez the idea that industrialists are at loggerheads with conservationists needs to be dispelled.When kings were at loggerheads with their clergy, which was not their usual relationship, morality constituted the most dramatic battleground.Now Nicholas's parents and his old school are at loggerheads.I think Himmler and Speer are at loggerheads.Peasants in grain-short areas may well be at loggerheads with those in grain-surplus areas.
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