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Impoliteness will not be tolerated and bad-tempered wardens will be fined for being rude to the citizens or drivers, he added.
CONSERVATIVE leader Andrew RT Davies is "the Homer Simpson of Welsh politics", First Minister Carwyn Jones said yesterday during a bad-tempered clash in the Senedd.
ENGLAND are determined there will be no repeat at Trent Bridge of the bad-tempered debacle that set up India's Test series victory on their last visit.
ARSENAL captain Cesc Fabregas was last night accused of telling Huddersfield players to "f**k off" after their bad-tempered FA Cup clash.
Summary: Centurion Jonathan Trott continued England's domination of Australia in the fourth Ashes Test on a bad-tempered second day at the MCG.
A bad-tempered match at the Emirates Stadium erupted shortly before half-time when Samir Nasri appeared to tread on the ankle of Hull's Richard Garcia.
In a bad-tempered game at La Rosaleda stadium Malaga drew 1-1 against Zaragoza, with both sides reduced to 10 men for most of the second half.
He taught Gordon Ramsay and Heston Blumenthal everything they know, and was the original bad-tempered chef.
Divorced middle-aged men are becomingly increasingly bad-tempered, emotional and are under-performing at work because of a lack of sleep, a study revealed today.
CHRISTIAN ROBERTS scored the only goal of a bad-tempered match from the penalty spot as four players were shown red cards.
A successful attorney, Taylor is the calm in-between and go-between of emotional Whitney and bad-tempered Charisse.
Self-government isn't easy, can be bad-tempered and inbred, but at least it is repatriated to those whose lives are affected.