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On the final day, August 24, after much acrimonious debate, a new definition of “planet” was put to a vote.
THE DEFINITION OF PLANET IS STILL A SORE POINT – ESPECIALLY AMONG PLUTO FANSLISA GROSSMANAUGUST 24, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Pelosi allies and detractors alike expect that she’ll find a way to get both sides to an agreement, even if it’s an acrimonious one.
HOUSE DEMOCRATS ARE FIGHTING AMONG THEMSELVES ON HOW TO PASS INFRASTRUCTUREPHILIP ELLIOTTAUGUST 23, 2021TIME
In an acrimonious meeting last fall, an FDA advisory committee recommended against approval and harshly rebuked FDA staff for what it called an overly positive view.
ALZHEIMER’S DRUG SPARKS EMOTIONAL BATTLE AS FDA NEARS DEADLINE ON WHETHER TO APPROVELAURIE MCGINLEYMAY 31, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Negotiations grew acrimonious, and the two sides couldn’t agree on a price.
THE COLONIAL PIPELINE RANSOMWARE HACKERS HAD A SECRET WEAPON: SELF-PROMOTING CYBERSECURITY FIRMSRENEE DUDLEY, DANIEL GOLDENMAY 24, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Staffers suggest Greenwald, 54, is motivated by more than just psychic payback for his acrimonious divorce from the Intercept seven months ago.
GLENN GREENWALD MAY HAVE QUIT THE INTERCEPT, BUT HE CAN’T QUIT THE FEUDPAUL FARHIMAY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The WHO investigation follows a year during which debates over SARS-CoV-2’s origins turned increasingly acrimonious.
DID THE CORONAVIRUS LEAK FROM A LAB? THESE SCIENTISTS SAY WE SHOULDN’T RULE IT OUT.NIALL FIRTHMARCH 18, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Even then, Carter barely won — the House voted to block the sale, and the Senate fell short of a veto only by six votes after an acrimonious debate.
CONGRESS MAY HAVE TO ACT TO PUNISH SAUDI ARABIADAVID WIGHTMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, an economic shutdown and reopening, a national reckoning with racial inequality, and an election so acrimonious it feels the very principles of democracy itself are under threat.
IN A TIME OF CRISIS, AMERICANS SEND A CLEAR MESSAGE TO CORPORATE AMERICA: FOCUS ON WORKERSMATTHEWHEIMEROCTOBER 2, 2020FORTUNE
The ruling passion of the brother-in-law was a stern and acrimonious party spirit.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
When the public prints were filled with an acrimonious discussion as to the meaning of the instructions given to the jury.
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