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well, sire, I went yonder to take this man who is so troublesome to your majesty.
Now there is that troublesome word VERMA"HLT: to me it has so close a resemblance--either real or fancied--to three or four other words, that I never know whether it means despised, painted, suspected, or married; until I look in the dictionary, and then I find it means the latter.
Gentlemen: Since I arrived, a month ago, in this old wonderland, this vast garden of Germany, my English tongue has so often proved a useless piece of baggage to me, and so troublesome to carry around, in a country where they haven't the checking system for luggage, that I finally set to work, and learned the German language.
Reductions in both dyskinesia and OFF were seen in the diary data, as well as a nearly 4-hour improvement in ON time without troublesome dyskinesia.
Mr Kehinde Agboola has approached Ile Tuntun Customary Court, Mapo, Ibadan, Oyo State, seeking the dissolution of his union to his wife, Adebimpe Agboola on the accounts that she's stubborn, troublesome, violent, and in the habit of fighting him and their neighbours.
SUMMER COLDS CAN BE TROUBLESOME FOR ASTHMA THOUGHT colds were just a bother in winter?
Among the watersheds are : Upper Troublesome Creek (Knox and Lewis counties), Givins Branch Niangua River (Webster and Dallas counties) and Basin Fork (Pettis and Johnson counties).
Global Banking News-May 20, 2013--British finance ministry says independent Scotland could have troublesome banking sector(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
Over thirty years have passed since John Sider's edition of The Troublesome Reign appeared in print, the product of his 1971 University of Notre Dame dissertation project.
We are also concerned about a troublesome neighbourhood matter.
Summary: Film star Ewan McGregor has hinted he may have been a troublesome teen.
4 : a troublesome situation <She saw a way out of the difficulty.