brangle


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brangle

(ˈbræŋɡəl)
n
a squabble, dispute, or wrangle
vb (intr)
to squabble, dispute, or wrangle
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I was a fool, it's a fact, to let any such brangle come up," said Legree; "but, when the boy set up his will, he had to be broke in.
That he was still at the top of his form even at the end of his long career is obvious from this recording, which includes three works spanning the last three decades of that career: the Viola Concerto of 1978, featuring soloist Roberto Diaz; Brangle, a three-movement orchestral work from 1989; and Counterpoise, a set of four orchestral songs (performed nicely by Dawn Upshaw) from 1994.