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PRESIDENT Donald Trump has engaged in an ill-tempered exchange with a prominent Republican senator who dubbed the White House an "adult day care centre".
Everton right-back Coleman shattered his leg in an ill-tempered World Cup qualifier between Wales and Ireland on March 24, and underwent surgery to pin the tibia and fibula last month.
ENGLAND captain Jos Buttler has been given an official reprimand by the International Cricket Council following his reaction to provocation from Bangladesh fielders during the ill-tempered second one-day international in Dhaka.
Chapter 50 negotiations are likely to be prolonged, complex and, no doubt at times, ill-tempered.
DESPITE himself being sent off in last weekend's ill-tempered FA Cup tie at Goodison Park, Gareth Barry received widespread credit for not falling down when Diego Costa rubbed his head in the Everton player's face and for not pretending he had been bitten.
Johnson, the ill-tempered TNT import, was slapped with a one-game suspension after reportedly punching Blackwater big men JP Erram and Frank Golla in a tuneup game recently.
Arsenal have won their appeal against Gabriel's red card for kicking out at Costa during Saturday's ill-tempered clash.
The Lions edged an ill-tempered game between the strugglers as referee Stephen Martin sent off three players.
ENGLAND'S penultimate pre-World Cup friendly ended in an ill-tempered draw against Ecuador, with Raheem Sterling and Antonio Valencia both sent off in Miami.
MADRID, Rabi'II 6, 1435, Feb 6, 2014, SPA -- Spain coach Vicente del Bosque is not pleased by the actions of some national team players during an ill-tempered Copa del Rey semifinal between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.
4 CRISTIANO RONALDO hit a second-half hat-tricK to spare Portugal's blushes against Northern Ireland on an ill-tempered night that saw three red cards at Windsor ParK.
MICHAEL OWEN faces the threat of FA action this week after appearing to throw a punch at Mikel Arteta in an ill-tempered end to Stoke's 1-0 defeat at Arsenal.