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In 1997, the Chicago Sun-Times named Bossy their "Retail Broker of the Year." In the 20 years since that time, he has continued to strive toward excellence in the retail and commercial real estate markets.
Bossy Guest (blue cap): can cash in on his falling rating
'Hectoring, strident and bossy' - Margaret Thatcher in 1986
"Bossy Pantsuit", which appears to be a mash-up of a Tina Fey book, was one of the memoir title suggestions in a Washington Post reader contest that also included "The Scrunchie Chronicles: 112 Countries and It's Still All About My Hair" and "It Takes a World".
Sandberg has even joined up with the Girl Scouts on a campaign to "ban bossy" with its own website.
The campaign video says: "Girls are less interested in leadership than boys because they worry about being called bossy." Really?
Bossy returned from the didactic portion of her course, she came back to her unit to learn the clinical skills required for her new role.
Most of Blyton's original characters are still featured in Noddy and the Farmyard Muddle, along with some new additions which include Stumpy the Elephant and a bossy cockerel.
I'd like to say it's good to see her back, and I suppose her bossy, condescending attitude can make good television.
<That bossy child is always interfering with the others' play.> tamper is used for intruding or experimenting in a way that is wrong or uncalled-for and likely to be harmful.
The line includes seven highly pigmented shades ($20)--Prudish Pink, Rock Star Red, Gold Digger, Mysterious Mocha, Promiscuous Pink, Passionate Peach, and Bossy Berry--as well as Gold Digger, a shade that goes from day to night with an extra pop of shimmer.
Karen Lee Cooper told Brisbane police the argument about the rock star was the last straw in a long history of bossy behaviour by her husband.