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1 After bitter disputes, the Bakuninists were expelled from the International by the Marxists at the 1872 Hague Congress.
2 As his power grew, his enemies increased in number, and bitter disputes with the upper nobility became frequent.
3 As his power grew, his enemies increased in number, and bitter disputes with the high nobility became frequent.
4 At this time, his proof that white light was a combination of primary colours (found via prismatics) replaced the prevailing theory of colours and received an overwhelmingly favourable response, and occasioned bitter disputes with Robert Hooke and others, which forced him to sharpen his ideas to the point where he already composed sections of his later book Opticks by the 1670s in response.
5 On 11 May, he won a hard-fought victory at Fontenoy, a success that established French dominance in the Netherlands, and caused bitter disputes between the British and Dutch.
6 There were bitter disputes between Strang's followers and other white settlers.
7 There were bitter disputes between Strang's followers and other white settlers.
8 The town's Mormon bishops sometimes found themselves in the center of bitter disputes with leaders of other communities, much to the dismay of local apostle and stake president Orson Hyde, who was assigned to arbitrate disputes and settle contentions.
9 At a shift in the composition of Addington's Government, Castlereagh accepted the offer to enter the Cabinet as President of the Board of Control, where he mediated bitter disputes between the Governor-General of India, Richard Wellesley, and the Directors of the East India Company, smoothing quarrels while generally supporting Lord Wellesley's policies.
10 Flooding caused by damming of the river has provoked bitter disputes with First Nations in the past although the Northern Flood Agreement was created in the 1970s to help offset the damages caused by flooding.
11 Their demands for workers' control in nationalised industries, British withdrawal from NATO, and massive cuts in the defence budget, caused bitter disputes within the party and damaged its public image.
12 Perseus' propaganda and political manoeuvres around Greece created significant political divisions within the Greek states and cities, which became caught up in bitter disputes between pro-Roman and pro-Perseus factions.
13 All of these English efforts to take over land in the south of Ireland led to bitter disputes.
14 As his power grew, his enemies increased in number, and bitter disputes with the high nobility became frequent.