Although these two did jockey for the same jobs as rival composers of their era, there is little evidence that the relationship between the two was especially acrimonious.
Since then, Johnston and the Palin family have been locked in an increasingly acrimonious debate about access.
The detentions come during acrimonious negotiations between the Chinese steel companies and Rio over benchmark iron ore prices, which are set annually.
In Germany, where resistance to nuclear power is strong and vocal, the disaster immediately reopened the acrimonious debate about extending the lives of ageing reactors.
The incident came less than a week after a rowdy town hall meeting in which Scott was involved in acrimonious exchanges with critics of Obama's proposed health reform.
Every country south of Rwanda has had acrimonious debates about Chinese “exploitation ”.
David Beckham, who left United for Real Madrid in acrimonious circumstances, said: "I am a Manchester United fan myself, and the supporters should be happy.
The prime minister's remarks came after an acrimonious meeting of European centre- left leaders.
Opposition parties, especially in southern Africa, frequently campaign on anti-China platforms. Every country south of Rwanda has had acrimonious debates about Chinese “exploitation ”.
After many meetings, much soul-searching and a lot of acrimonious debate, various synagogue groups in the most liberal denominations and Jewish civic organizations decided to reverse their approach.