Definition of 'row over'
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The rail firm claims a bitter row over driveronly trains is to blame for nine months of delays and cancelled trains. The Sun (2017)A RETIRED musician faces losing his home after a row over a fence. The Sun (2016)He is hopeful that the row over the tax take on overseas operations will be defused. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The report will reignite the bitter row over bumper bonuses planned by the banks this year. The Sun (2009)Hundreds of thousands of health workers will stage a fresh strike today in a bitter row over pay. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There are also fears that the report will provoke a race row over its findings on the ethnicity of perpetrators. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Take the row over guaranteed bonuses. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A grandmother and her boyfriend who killed a shopper after a row over queue jumping were jailed yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2009)THE youngest EuroMillions winner has ditched her lover in a bitter row over gifts she bought him. The Sun (2016)The plan comes as Nato allies are locked in a bitter row over troop numbers in Afghanistan. The Sun (2008)Spain rebuffed an offer from Gibraltar yesterday that could have ended an increasingly bitter row over the Rock. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He quit last month after a row over the role of the Unite union in the selection of prospective MPs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Almost 150 seconded BP staff have now been forced to leave the country after a row over work permits. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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