destructive to both sides in a conflict.
the region’s history of savage internecine warfare
Needless to say, after more than a decade of internecine strife, all this faddish Conservative unity is somewhat fragile, not to say illusory.
Tudor The Tudors brought to a close years of internecine strife when King Henry VII ended the Wars of the Roses between the rival houses of York and Lancaster.
To be sure, such decisions will not be easy; they could spark internecine struggle within the military.
As ever with the writer’s material, it’s an obsessive story involving police corruption, internecine strife and casual violence.
This is not just at internecine war within the TV industry.
But it was destroyed by doubters and the internecine strife between Edinburgh and Glasgow.
A similar problem faces the USA in the aftermath of the war in Afghanistan – how to deal with those degenerate elements of the Northern Alliance for whom internecine warfare is a way of life.
There is certainly conflict of an internecine nature going on within me at the moment.
But he also noted a blood lust peculiar to internecine warfare.
In some cases, these articles are motivated by internecine disputes within the American right.
Such an outcome would threaten any standards for weblog API’s and syndication far more thaninternecine struggles within the existing weblog community ever could.
Or, alternately, it’s just internecine warfare within the administration, and therefore shouldn’t be taken seriously.
Once self-sufficient and an exporter of food, it has turned into a country dependent on aid and therefore prey to the kind of internecine warfare which has laid waste to far too many parts of Africa in the post-colonial period.
After three decades of internecine warfare, bombings, retaliatory killings and mutual suspicion, those involved decided to seek a lasting political solution.
Why this happened is not exactly known, but warfare and internecine conflict caused by a rising population may be at least partly to blame.
He may have had in mind the internecine squabbling among the various divisions within Judaism or within Orthodoxy itself.
The Prime Minister’s unprecedented decision to let the British people and the world know he will not fight for a fourth term in office threatens to engulf Labour in even greater internecine warfare.
I and many others rely on your expertise regarding the middle east and I don’t want to see your credibility damaged by internecine warfare, at which we on the left seem to be very accomplished.
In a fiercely tribal society, with traditions of internecine warfare that lasted at least until ten years ago, defensible towns and houses were vital.
We are fascinated by the internecine warfare at Colina.
However, they should remember that the last time a party leader was thrown out by her own MPs, that party suffered internecine warfare for over a decade and slumped in the polls.
There were internecine struggles within NATO (as there were in the Warsaw Pact), knowledge of which adds to our understanding of the complexity of the Cold War.
Both networks limited their coverage of critiques and dissent to internecine schisms within these traditions.
The deliberately thin plot involving a missing spy satellite thingy and internecine warfare between American intelligence agencies can be totally ignored by adults and children alike and the movie’s all the better for it.
No one looks forward to the prospect of internecine warfare at so unpropitious a political moment.
They appear to be tied up in a political knot while dealing with the Sri Lankan government, which is itself locked in internecine party warfare.
Two things stand out as central conclusions to be drawn from the internecine wrangling within the Conservative Party and the response to it.
Are we not watching with great interest the little internecine fights that are already developing within their caucus?
And the Conservatives have no stomach for an ideological fight, only for internecine warfare.
If it did, the internecine warfare would be catastrophic.