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Related to grumbly: grumbling, incapacitated, proceed with
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Earle's gruff vocal and grumbly guitar strikes up an unlikely union with Micarelli's melodic soar, and the results are such that they'll surely repeat the experiment before too long.
It wasn't much - he was just grumbly for a week or two.
8 is free revving and smooth, but the diesel, although grumbly at times, actually has better performance and economy.
5-litre turbo diesel engine is gruff and grumbly but has enough torque pulling power to heave the beast to 60mph in around 12 seconds, while still returning around 30mpg in mixed driving, selecting two-wheel drive for economy.
There's been a grumbly undercurrent lately that the Internet is ruining everything.
Our nation's power grid is at a crossroads -- to support a clean energy future, the grid must smartly and securely manage and distribute a new mix of traditional and alternative energies to users," said Tom Grumbly, vice president, Lockheed Martin Energy & Environmental Services.
He said: "I know there are Labour MPs who are in a very grumbly mood, but British politics is in a bad old state.
So I strike up a grumbly conversation with the person in front, citing the two former 'defectors' and how wise they were to switch queues.
AmerenUE has made a commitment to energy efficiency as a tool to bridge the gap between their current supply portfolio and future power plant construction," said Tom Grumbly, vice president, Lockheed Martin Energy & Security Services.
Because of that range it can be grumbly or profound, at one end, or almost in the alto register in a singing, lyrical way.
Grumbly asked the National Academy of Sciences to evaluate the feasibility and desirability of using risk assessment as a means to build enough consensus among its stakeholders to make lasting decisions about DOE cleanup.
Grumbly looked through the glasses, a strange thing happened.