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Then again, one rogue new leader, reinterpreting regulations against the grain, could definitely fluster.
I have studied psychology for six-and-a-half years and if that's meant to fluster a 37-year-old who has played 700-odd games, then I find it a bit poor.
BLACK EYED PEAS singer Fergie left NRJ show organisers all of a fluster when she came close to losing her, erm, dignity at the rehearsal in Cannes on Saturday.