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feud
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Middlemarch
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  • Moreover, he was beginning to feel some zest for the growing though half-suppressed feud between him and the other medical men, which was likely to become more manifest, now that Bulstrode’s method of managing the new hospital was about to be declared; and there were various inspiriting signs that his non-acceptance by some of Peacock’s patients might be counterbalanced by the impression he had produced in other quarters.
  • And now there’s a mean, petty feud set up against the thing in the town, by certain persons who want to make it a failure."

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  • a truce in the long-running feud between the two teams
  • Perhaps the most famous American family feud was between the Hatfields and McCoys.

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