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    How common is this phrase?

    Hi,

    Please, tell me how common is the following phrase:
    The two political candidates were at loggerheads over the new education act.

    Thank you so much in advance !
    Teia

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    Re: How common is this phrase?

    Hi Teia,

    I would say that it's quite frequently used. It's certainly one of those phrases which, to me, instantly conjures up the sense of strong disagreement.

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    Re: How common is this phrase?

    Teia, please note that a better title would have been How common is 'at loggerheads?

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    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'

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    Re: How common is this phrase?

    Thank you Rover_KE, for your quick answer and advice !

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