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The older you get, the less right you have to be fussy and yet the older you get the fussier you become so oddly when your standards should be dropping you find them getting higher.
No, this book is about fussier eaters, about where our food might come from and about how we can be more adventurous if we just try, a little.
Dogs seem fussier about defecation sites; they often choose smooth grassless areas.
David, who has been married to wife Dawn for 42 years, admits his tastes became a tad fussier after he suffered two heart attacks 10 years ago.
A new breed that is making the former, more fussier operator seem as out of date as a cigarette at the dinner table.
A staggering 54 percent of people in relationships say their partner is a fussier eater than they are, with a tenth of Brits even resent their partner sometimes because they don't like a food that they enjoy eating (10 percent).
I like the colloquial phrase "hang in there" or the fussier uperdure.
Even if the fairy-tale glow emanating from the project's parade of proper names, from Michael Asher to John Baldessari and back again, dissipates amid the many fussier moments of minutiae peppering the timeline, the exhibition and extensive catalogue superbly contribute lots of new research and scholarship contextualizing the landmark achievements of this unique history.
You are going to be a lot fussier about the way you spend your leisure time.
If you suspect that a certain food or drink is making your baby fussier than usual, avoid it for several days to see if it makes a difference.
George Washington was commonly referred to as His Excellency, a term of address still used in the protocol of foreign governments for the American president, but the fussier John Adams was typically known only as Mr.