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Perhaps this is why grumbling is such a serious matter.
In the past Clarkson has been unable to hide his frustration with cyclists, grumbling on the BBC show at one stage that they "deserve" road rage.
JAMES Milner turned grumblings of discontent into a standing ovation in what's likely to be his fond farewell in Aston Villa colours.
Mr Brocklebank's Welsh antecedents have been grumbling for nigh on half a century over the Llyn Celyn issue.
The grumbling likely won't result in any real problems for Hodes--unless, of course, he does something to add to the discontent.
If you want me to line up all the black actors, for example, who support me and put them on one side of the room and a couple who are grumbling on the other, I'm happy to have that," he added.
But in a year as hard as this, the scale of the grievances may give rise to a more strident form of grumbling that can lead to serious consequences.
Not a business day went by last week without a fair amount of grumbling.
Although one first assumes the gods of the title are the former US presidents, corporate elite, and moneyed folk in general who are doing the grumbling in Palm Springs.
I felt very small for my grumbling and at the same time thankful to be an American and exceptionally thankful for such young men as this one.
Recent church controversies over issues concerning homosexuality have caused grumbling among some potential ticket-buyers, he said.
He grumbles about the government and now he's grumbling about the opposition.