shouting match


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shouting match

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shouting match

n (fam) → vivace scambio di opinioni
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The mediation panel sessions, which are normally held behind closed doors, were live on TV in what appeared to be a shouting match.
conspired and engaged him in shouting match at Gida Dubu Housing Estate, Kano.
Rory Stewart, pictured, all but gave up when he recognised it was a shouting match and has paid the price by missing the latest cut.
In its complaint, the bureau said that its investigation showed that Mercado had a shouting match with Velasco over the policeman's brother, who was charged with illegal possession of firearms and illegal drugs.
Defence solicitor Jonathan Manson told the court the case had essentially arisen over "a shouting match with his partner."
Trends and hashtags that were used to draw attention to issues and act as a focal point for debates eventually became little more than partisan party slogans - a virtual shouting match fed by a rabid following.
In the poll, by Privilege Home Insurance, a quarter said challenging a family member or housemate over annoyances has led to a shouting match, while nine per cent have become so exasperated they have walked out of the property.
Garcia and Lugtu ended up in a shouting match. They were joined by Lugtu's brother, PO3 Vincent Lugtu, who was on a motorcycle driven by Renato Mercado.
A shouting match erupted in the Dewan Rakyat today after a deputy minister said the Opposition was intent on humiliating the government on a proposed Constitutional amendment to reduce the voting age from 21 to 18.
Two people described the exchange as less a shouting match than an intense argument.
SHOUTING MATCH Tony Pulis was convinced Boro were hard done by
"Everything was a shouting match it was quite frightening at times."