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THE STORY Remake of the Western classic about boozy, hot-tempered US marshal Rooster Cogburn (Jeff Bridges) who is hired by a girl of 14 (Hailee Steinfeld) to track down her father's killer.
And the hot-tempered striker struggled to keep his shiny head in check when Owen, 31, poked fun at the profile picture on Rooney's Twitter page.
Ariffin said she was worried that her father would go ahead and divorce her mother, as he is a hot-tempered man.
Yesterday, the court heard he was one of six men linked to banned Islamic group Al-Muhajiroun who led a hot-tempered rally at Regent's Park Mosque, London in 2004.
Lord knows where the reputation for being feisty and hot-tempered came from.
Here the protagonist is hot-tempered Ellie, who in the first book (Girls in Love) is just starting ninth grade.
The hot-tempered Russian was said to have thrown "a hissy fit" after the chart- topping stars locked themselves away in a private room for ten minutes.
Yet Hann, who beat Paul Hunter 5-1 in his opener, is a best-priced 11-8 to make the quarter-finals, so the bookmakers clearly believe the hot-tempered Australian has gone a long way to getting himself together mentally.
Her staging has a lesbian theme and features an excellent, almost all-female cast with Nanin taking on the role of hot-tempered Leonardo.
The programme, The Alex Ferguson Story, also shows the hot-tempered Scotsman blasting players during a talk on team tactics.
Ryan gets to talk out her confusions with the staple surrogate father figure, there are the cops who should know better than to question the lead character's insights and, naturally, two overly obvious (and therefore presumably innocent) suspects - the husband (in a marriage not as happy as it appeared) and the restaurant owner's hot-tempered brother who, just to ensure he's not guilty, is seen covered in blood shortly after being fired following a row involving the dead woman.
True Grit THE STORY Remake of the Western classic about boozy, hot-tempered US marshal Rooster Cogburn (Jeff Bridges) who is hired by a girl of 14 (Hailee Steinfeld) to track down her father's killer.