battleground between

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  • North America increasingly became a battleground between the two states.
  • This newly acquired land also became a battleground between advocates for the expansion of slavery and those who fought to prevent its spread.
  • The world is therefore identified as the battleground between these two contrasting entities, also associated with light and darkness.
  • It is about a fictional private school, Saint Marie, that becomes a battleground between good and evil.
  • The drafting of a new constitution became a virtual battleground between the military and its opponents.
  • Journalist Paul Foot described the dispute as "a central battleground between the classes and between the parties."
  • The nationalist vote has continued to grow which could make this seat a possible battleground between nationalists and unionists.
  • From the 1650s, the New World increasingly became a battleground between the two powers.
  • Throughout its history the Kingdom of Mercia has been a battleground between conflicting religious ideologies.
  • It was the battleground between two sons of Illinois. Cited from Children of the Market Place, by Edgar Lee Masters
  • During the 1920s, however, the hall became the battleground between proponents and opponents of broadcasting.
  • Bareilly has been a traditional battleground between the INC and the saffron parties.
  • Napoleon dispatched increasing forces into the Iberian Peninsula, which became the key battleground between the two nations.
  • Then, when the English and French settled North America, the area became a battleground between these colonial powers and their Indian allies.
  • For the next few centuries, Georgia would become a battleground between these two great rival powers and the Georgian states would struggle to maintain their independence.
  • The current ruler is Queen Alliandre, but she rules in name only as the country is a battleground between several armies.
  • Lyari area in Karachi was a battleground between two rival groups becoming a no-go zone for law enforcement agencies.
  • Karelia has been a battleground between the Swedish and Russian empires for centuries.
  • Surrey had always been a battleground between the NDP and Social Credit, trading back and forth between the two parties.
  • The area has often been a battleground between the two councils of the City of Sydney and the City of South Sydney.
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