butt heads

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  • Though they get along, they frequently butt heads, particularly when it comes to training.
  • At first the two of them butt heads, but eventually become friends.
  • Season five saw the melting of the ice between the two characters, who continued to butt heads.
  • This case was the first time she butted heads with her rival Carolina South.
  • He also finds himself butting heads with Shane over the various decisions to be made.
  • They were also butting heads with their producer.
  • He butted heads with other administration officials and was dismissed by European colleagues.
  • We can't be butting heads over this -- either we all co-operate or this whole operation will blow up in our faces. Cited from The Lani People, by J. F. Bone
  • He was found near his monastery butting heads with wild goats.
  • In the middle of the re-recordings, they "butted heads in the studio" and ended their partnership.
  • John continued to run Jabot, but he often butted heads with Jack over business deals.
  • Predictably, they butted heads at every turn, but also developed a grudging respect for each other.
  • This could indicate that they were social animals which butted heads for breeding privileges.
  • She frequently tried and failed to engage in a relationship with him, often butting heads with Kelly for his affection.
  • The results have left him butting heads with both Boon and Chennault on more than one occasion.
  • She constantly butts heads with Dominic, and has an interesting relationship with Frank.
  • Amelia manages to bring the surgery about but butts heads with the hospital board, leading her to be fired.
  • Along the way, Ryan butts heads with local police, including six-shooter-carrying Dick Speed.
  • They advocate abolishing teen super-teams and butted heads with Young Justice many times.
  • As the siblings repeatedly butt heads over matters both great and small, they soon come to realize that it takes more than money to hold a family together.
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