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|1.||(this applies to a number of principles that don't clash) SOA is about architectural structure and agile development is about delivering fast.||0|
|2.||A badly damaged North Korean patrol ship retreated in flames yesterday after a skirmish with a South Korean vessel – the first naval clash between the two nations in seven years.||1|
|3.||A border dispute between the Democratic Republic of Georgia and the Democratic Republic of Armenia in 1918 led to armed clashes.||1|
|4.||A constant clash and tinkle came from the kitchens across the courtyard, like the percussion section of an orchestra from hell.||1|
|5.||A dead Taliban fighter lies on the ground following clashes with Afghan security forces near the "National Consultive Peace Jirga" tent in Kabul on June 2, 2010.||1|
|6.||A demonstrator uses a slingshot against security forces during clashes in Bangkok on May 15, 2010.||1|
|7.||A fallible observation statement might be rejected and the fallible theory with which it clashes retained.||1|
|8.||A gong, clashing faintly in the distance, seemed to be in another world.||1|
|9.||A group of 400 demonstrators clashed with police.||1|
|10.||A policeman was killed and four people were injured in a clash in Brsadin at the same time.||1|
|11.||A recent rugby match between Tredworth and Fleetwood at Moseley's ground saw rival supporters clash during the match.||1|
|12.||A sheep that is attacked will spin round to make sure that the attacker's horns clash with his own.||1|
|13.||A standard objection to such views is that these general principles often clash one with one another as necessary truths could not.||1|
|14.||A tight clampdown on media coverage makes it difficult to gauge whether the clashes are the start of a bigger revolt or just a fleeting show of dissent.||1|
|15.||A visit to the kingdom can generate equally clashing impressions.||1|
|16.||About 100 local residents and Chinese migrant workers have clashed in the Algerian capital, some brandishing knives and rods, reports say.||1|
|17.||About 50 Left-wingers clashed with 20 Right-wing extremists in Chemnitz.||1|
|18.||According to an April 22 official report, 15 rebels and seven others were killed in clashes between rebels and security forces.||1|
|19.||After police clashed with the demonstrators, Allende declared a state of emergency in Santiago province.||1|
|20.||After the altercation between Francis and Aguilar, there were no clashes, " he told Radio Onda Cero ."||1|
|21.||After the violent clashes of 1981 they either went underground or left the country.||1|
|22.||All insist that there have been no clashes and no violations of Indian air space.||1|
|23.||An amateur photographer on the shore captured last week's clash on videotape and its revelations aroused outrage.||1|
|24.||An angry mob screamed abuse and hurled missiles during clashes with police yesterday.||1|
|25.||An Israeli police officer clashes with an Ultra-Orthodox Jewish man during a protest over a construction site that is said to be located on a Jewish burial ground.||1|
|26.||An organizational belief that information should be authorized, well documented, and "finished" in order to get published clashes with the wiki way of sharing work-in-progress.||1|
|27.||And because the disease can be transmitted between wild and farmed animals, its appearance in areas where these species intermix has caused clashes between ranchers and conservationists.||1|
|28.||And because the enemies should be allies, the clash is poignant.||1|
|29.||And clashes erupted once again outside the Polytechnic.||1|
|30.||And fox hunt demo ... animal rights protestors clash with huntsmen.||1|
clashes (plural noun)
- a violent confrontation.
- a mismatch of colors.
- a loud jarring sound made by or resembling that made by metal objects being struck together.
clashes (third person present) · clashed (past tense) · clashed (past participle) · clashing (present participle)
- meet and come into violent conflict.
- (of colors) appear discordant or ugly when placed close to each other.
- strike (cymbals) together, producing a loud discordant sound.