There are many who attack, even more acrimoniously
than Kotzebue, both the missionaries, their system, and the effects produced by it.
The recent controversy caused by the Polish government's amendments to the law on the Institute of National Memory has sparked a fiery debate, with historians, politicians, and community leaders weighing in, often acrimoniously
It cannot possibly be the will of the people to divorce so acrimoniously
from our most important trading partners and thereby hand leadership of Europe to Germany on a plate.
They made their last film together in 1956, Hollywood or Bust , and split acrimoniously
Such performances have led to admiring glances from Real Madrid, where De Gea would now be playing his football was it not for a deal having collapsed acrimoniously
in September 2015.
Summary: The trend of ending a series acrimoniously
needs to be discouraged
Sacha Baron Cohen also departed the project, though more acrimoniously
The couple's marriage has ended acrimoniously
and lawyers are now raking over the ashes of an increasingly messy divorce.
Then David and Jed split, acrimoniously
, from Hal, which among other things led to the formation of Matthews Management.
Kirklees magistrates heard that his two-year relationship with Shamaikha Hussain ended acrimoniously
Dimitri Payet reduced the deficit for the home side as they looked to recover from a poor first half but their afternoon ended acrimoniously
as goalkeeper Adrian was sent off in injury time.
The backdrop to his debut has been less than ideal with Golden Boy and their ex-CEO Richard Schaefer having acrimoniously