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loggerheads

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishloggerheadslog‧ger‧heads /ˈlɒɡəhedz $ ˈlɒːɡər-, ˈlɑː-/ noun   be at loggerheads (with somebody)
Examples from the Corpus
loggerheadsSecond, the idea that two groups are at absolute loggerheads ignores the community of interest in the political class.Pundits are also at loggerheads about the crisis.I think Himmler and Speer are at loggerheads.The pair have been at loggerheads over which of them was more worthy of the player of the century accolade.The president has been at such loggerheads with the GOP-controlled Congress that not a lot has been accomplished.
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