A fine thing it would be if the people of the clock town were to be at loggerheads
every moment with everyone who called them by that name, -or the Cazoleros, Berengeneros, Ballenatos, Jaboneros, or the bearers of all the other names and titles that are always in the mouth of the boys and common people
I did not, of course, maintain friendly relations with my comrades and soon was at loggerheads
with them, and in my youth and inexperience I even gave up bowing to them, as though I had cut off all relations.
There are the prospectuses that couldn't be distributed, and the architect's plans and estimates, and the whole correspondence which set everybody at loggerheads
and ended in a dispute, all down together in that corner, behind the packing-cases.
Summary: Iran said Tuesday it was ready for "straight talks" with Saudi Arabia over contentious issues that have kept the rival Gulf powers at loggerheads
for more than three decades.
The rest of Big Head's pals couldn't decide who would win - they were at loggerheads
Situated at Loggerheads
Country Park, Denbighshire, the festival promises a raft of entertainment.
The two countries are at loggerheads
with each other due to a number of issues, but Iran's progress in nuclear technology is deemed to be the main bone of contention between the two arch foes.
Summary: Austria and Slovenia are at loggerheads
over the manufacture of one of the EU's most popular sausages.
Caffi Florence at Loggerheads
Country Park, near Mold, and the Tweedmill Factory Outlet, near St Asaph, are the twin gateways to the new Clwydian Range Food Trail.
Kim Powers and his fraternal twin brother, Tim, were close as children, somewhat estranged as adolescents, and after that pretty much at loggerheads