Examples of tooth and nail in a Sentence
I'll fight tooth and nail to win the finals.
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So ends years of strife in Trophy Club, a bedroom community in Northeast Tarrant County that fought tooth and nail not to have an apartment complex on one of the main entrances to the town.
Though much of the focus has been on Berrios and Kaegi, Raila fought tooth and nail to get on the ballot.
The ride-hailing companies have fought tooth and nail to make sure that their drivers are categorized as independent contractors, rather than employees, which means that the drivers themselves are bearing those costs.
The problem has been, of course, is a Justice Department and an FBI that has fought tooth and nail.
The two groups have been fighting tooth and nail for the past year, with the free-market faction succeeding until now in forestalling an action conservatives warn could have severe economic consequences.
Blame the laws that make the weapons readily available, the same laws that many sellers fight tooth and nail to defend, because gun control would otherwise be bad for business, just as arming schoolteachers would be very good for business.
But homeowners who profit from rising property values still fight tooth and nail to keep apartments out of single-family neighborhoods.
Tess Broermann is also a freshman starter, so Loveland and Walnut might be fighting tooth and nail for the next few years.
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