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You will find few begrudgers: without McManus and O'Leary, one wonders where Irish jump racing would be.
jhn Too many begrudgers.Whatever they may think of the programme itself, it''s mean not to give credit where credit is due.
BEGRUDGERS: This group (7%) hate cleaning and are happy to leave the house in a mess and neglect rooms they rarely use.
I'd had one of those days and all I wanted to do was sit on the sofa and dream of my team giving the two fingers to the begrudgers.
Though there will be (and have been) begrudgers, the evidence of raw talent is clear for all to see.
To love God, love one another." You've told us that in dying we will live; And life's a gift; (you learned that from "Keep it simple; to really get it, simply give." (No doubt you got that from your blessed Father.) So bless us, Father, for we have surely sinned We're quick to curse and slow to say our thanks We're great begrudgers, holy hypocrites, Tight-fisted givers, gluttons for that grace That saves us from our own worst enemies.
You know the sort, curmudgeonly begrudgers like Rory McGrath and Tony Hawks prattling on about their middle age hates on BBC2.
Most are elderly and Catholic - and dismissed by the writer as "begrudgers".
The begrudgers on the far side of the counting centre - and there were many - could barely bring themselves to look him straight in the face as the chief electoral officer Pat Bradley declared a truly momentous referendum result which according to some, signalled the end of the sectarian headcounting and the start of a new conditioning process by all sides going into the next millennium.
Annan has some very brass-tacks reasons for wanting to install a superstar, not least of which is the need to sell the organization to begrudgers in the US.
They are saying, for those begrudgers - because that's what they are - for goodness sake, look, get behind the leader of the Labour party that was democratically elected," he told the BBC.
Episode one had its begrudgers for sure - Twitter was divided with some pointing out historical errors, with others demanding a factually accurate reproduction of Easter 1916 be brought to the screens, rather than this "drivel about pregnancies and affairs".