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HARD TO PLEASE WE might have seen a terrific performance, an absorbing game and Sunderland's safety assured, but one Black Cats fan behind the press box was still moved enough to stay behind and boo referee Lee Mason, the man who'd awarded them three penalties.
2 KRISTIAN TRUELSEN reports HARD to please Alloa boss Allan Maitland watched his side give Stenny a footballing lesson in the first half - but blasted their display in the second.
Aficionados of the sci-fi franchise are notoriously hard to please, but Quinto, who plays Mr Spock, said the movie was created with the fans in mind.
PRECOCIOUS teenager Rory McIlroy makes his first European Tour appearance on Irish soil as a professional at Adare Manor and there is a real danger he will try too hard to please his legion of fans, writes Jeremy Chapman.
Despite reporting a double-digit increase in third quarter net income, Safeway is finding it hard to please Wall Street.
You'll be gone soon, so why should they try hard to please you?
Obviously these are very handy right now for friends or relatives who might be hard to please with regular department store gifts.
My hard to please adolescent daughter commented that the piece and the poem were "cool.
In open class, it's hard to please everyone, but if you challenge people with technique and musicality, you can get results.
The usually hard to please TNS boss Ken McKenna had a smile on his face after this total demolition of previous table-toppers Caersws.
But in a market where rents jump at those rates, he said, it became hard to please his notoriously demanding boss.
You never see me," she charged, which is not quite true, but comics are hard to please.