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He told Utrinski vesnik Monday there was widespread disgruntlement in BDI which was the reason why, he said, they decided to form a new political entity.
It would slow up boarding, cost the earth and skyrocket customer disgruntlement.
I love their air of machismo, their swagger and that permanent expression of disgruntlement.
I despise litter louts and can't understand why they would want to defile beauty spots, but my disgruntlement was appeased when I found, on one of the information boards put up around the perimeter by Kirklees Council, a snippet of history of which I had been unaware.
The protest united supporters of both the BSP and nationalist Ataka with hundreds also using the occasion to vent their disgruntlement at NATO's plans to set up a command center in Bulgaria.
What it's creating is a lot of disgruntlement among physicians who aren't meeting [meaningful use]," Dr.
If bravado or some other sense of disgruntlement at the BHA action swayed him to run in such circumstances, then he could surely not quibble if a far heavier punishment arose than the withdrawal of his right to self-certification.
According to the BBC, the 2012 Olympic silver medallist voiced his disgruntlement over Gay's apparently lenient treatment over Twitter, saying that although an athlete can take certain cold remedies and face serious suspensions, he however, is banned for only a year despite failing tests for testosterone.
As a paying customer I was entitled to express my disgruntlement.
There are some signs of disgruntlement amongst the Wolves faithful.
The display pertained to the Green Brigade's on-going disgruntlement at the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act which they claim deems "expressions of Irish identity, culture and politics" illegal.
This has generated an impact whose repercussions cannot be underestimated, as it reflects an irregular case of democratic action and reveals true disgruntlement affecting all the facets of its performance.