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a parting of the ways

different ideas or a disagreement about something that make two people or groups decide they cannot work together any longer: We had a parting of the ways over when we couldn't agree on how to manage the company.
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a parting of the ways

the point at which two people or organizations separate: The parting of the ways came after a series of disagreements between the singer and his song-writer.
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