acrimonious circumstances

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  • However, the following year, she left the group in acrimonious circumstances.
  • However, they split from the original group in acrimonious circumstances in late 2009, forming their own group.
  • Utzon left in acrimonious circumstances before the building was finished; later work was completed by other architects.
  • He played his final league season with North Adelaide, having left Woodville in acrimonious circumstances.
  • However, Cox was later forced to close his store and make his staff redundant when the deal broke down in acrimonious circumstances.
  • He divorced her the following year under acrimonious circumstances that irreparably ended his friendship with Nishi.
  • Griffin left the school in somewhat acrimonious circumstances after his freshman year, and made himself available for the NBA Draft.
  • Williamson left the band some time around the start of 2003 - some rumours had it that he was forced out in acrimonious circumstances.
  • He quit the Met in acrimonious circumstances, however, and the resultant legal action stopped him performing again in the United States.
  • Hammond was married twice, divorcing his first wife in acrimonious circumstances, and had a reputation for infidelity.
  • As promotion was rolling on, Yolanda quit the group under acrimonious circumstances.
  • One of the most ferocious competitors of his era, he won both admirers and critics at each stop during a career which saw him traded every few seasons, often under acrimonious circumstances.
  • Winter and Art Ceppos, the publisher of Hubbard's book, resigned under acrimonious circumstances.
  • But, he lost his captaincy in acrimonious circumstances following the 2003 WC in Africa.
  • Bloomfield resigned from his position in Rochester amid acrimonious circumstances, claiming that "everyone was against him."
  • The series drew much media attention as Carter, who left had Toronto under acrimonious circumstances, was back at the ACC as a Net.
  • It broke up in acrimonious circumstances in 1904.
  • Fitzwilliam would be relieved of office in acrimonious circumstances in 1795.
  • Doubleday resigned (in acrimonious circumstances) in 1904, leaving Page as sole general editor until his death in 1934.
  • The trial began on 21 August 2006, in acrimonious circumstances when al-Majid refused to enter a plea.
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