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Surely he will have a lot to say about her claims that life was "uneasy" with him, while adding that Hani's "continuous doses of petulance were apparent in the TV and cinema roles she played" over the years.
However, no-one can defend the nastiness and petulance displayed by those who have had all the advantages of education, wealth and permanent lucrative employment.
She clearly objected to Hugo's petulance (who wouldn't be petulant in there) and objection to authority (who wouldn't object to Rosemary's extreme bossiness?
Astonished his companions with his petulance and aggression.
SIR - I hope the Assembly elections will rise above the childish petulance of Peter Hain ("Let's kick Plaid out, Hain rallies Labour", Feb 21).
Chelsea's campaign ended in more misery when Didier Drogba was sent off in the 87th minute for a crude moment of petulance, appearing to stamp on Thiago Motta.
Dear Editor, Is the "cool" response by Alex Ferguson to the childishness and petulance of Rooney when he was taken off in Istanbul a sign that he is mellowing in old age and is past his sell-by date but not quite his use-by date yet?
Thirteen children have already suffered due to her selfishness and petulance.
Titled "Judd Gregg's profile in petulance," the column is a rather--actually, considering Simon's politics, scathing--view of Judd Gregg's "to be or not to be" pirouette on becoming commerce secretary in the Obama administration.
As the Olympics kick-off with a message of unity and hope, the football season is already underway in a blaze of petulance and aggression.
Unlike some of today's press agents, Warren's style was one of patient persuasion rather than petulance.
On-field behaviour has come under scrutiny in the last week with Chelsea defender Ashley Cole's show of petulance towards Mike Riley followed by Liverpool midfielder Javier Mascherano's sending-off for dissent to Steve Bennett on Sunday.