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  • But, I'll say this he is a man of this day-he could be easily excused for forgetting all the squirmishes but he did talk about the storms we face today...

    New comments post for the inauguration.

  • While the numbers dwindled, many small squirmishes continued to flare up.

    Gotham's Pillow Fight

  • I have gotten in the middle of some blog squirmishes – quite by accident, I assure you.

    Should Authors Reach Out and Touch a Reader?

  • They don't exactly get along and a few squirmishes break out between the two.

    greatfallstribune.com - Local News

  • What makes it great is that it's not much different from our own squirmishes.

    Gear Live

  • Over 92 dead and 300 injured in about 7 days of real "fights" (not squirmishes like in Timisoara, real fight, in the middle of the city, with bazooka and tanks and helicopters) …

    SLCSpin

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  • So Palin has been learnin' her grammer from hooligan blogs.

    January 20, 2016

  • Used by Sarah Palin 20-February-2016 during her endorsement of Donald Trump.

    "...endless Middle Eastern squirmishes..."

    E.g.: https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/689601577355730944

    January 20, 2016

  • "There was 24000 odd there last night, approx 200 went on the pitch, approx another 200-300 had squirmishes with the Millwall and Police up at Priory Road and by the Queens, other than that maybe another 200 acted the tough guys in the west stand lower against part time/low paid stewards."

    - forum comment, westhamonline.net, 26 August 2009.

    August 26, 2009