bad-tempered


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annoyed and irritable

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Impoliteness will not be tolerated and bad-tempered wardens will be fined for being rude to the citizens or drivers, he added.
The exchanges were the most bad-tempered since Mr Davies was elected Conservative leader earlier this year and stand in marked contrast to the more cordial exchanges between his predecessor Nick Bourne and Mr Jones.
A bad-tempered match escalated into 'Jellygate' headlines after chewy sweets mysteriously found their way from England pockets on to the pitch in front of tailend batsman Zaheer Khan.
Centurion Jonathan Trott continued England's domination of Australia in the fourth Ashes Test - much to the frustration of Ricky Ponting on a bad-tempered second day at the MCG.
Harbhajan was banned for making a racist remark to Andrew Symonds during their bad-tempered defeat to Australia in the second Test.
CHRISTIAN ROBERTS scored the only goal of a bad-tempered match from the penalty spot as four players were shown red cards.
A bad-tempered manager at a factory in China went a little too far during a meeting when he pulled out a pistol and shot at the ceiling.
A successful attorney, Taylor is the calm in-between and go-between of emotional Whitney and bad-tempered Charisse.
Self-government isn't easy, can be bad-tempered and inbred, but at least it is repatriated to those whose lives are affected.
KEVIN PULLE IN put punters firmly in profit after yesterday's Mersey-side derby by tipping a buy of the time of the first corner in the bad-tempered match.
The USA, who were beaten 34-30 by the Pumas in a bad-tempered tournament opener, have cited prop Pablo Henn and second rows Santiago Artese and Jaime Arocena for alleged incidents of foul play.
The FA charges ensued after the bad-tempered match, which Chelsea won 1-0, was marred by four separate fracas.
Moreover, Laurie assumed he was auditioning for a supporting role: As he notes, usually ``the quirky, bad-tempered guy is the peripheral satellite to the show.
The bad-tempered wife was not an invention of "enlightened" Spectator writers, but a legacy from the past that was not easy to shake off.
Carla Freccero's bad-tempered rehash of her objections to Wayne Booth, with added references to Anita Hill, has no discernible relevance for Rabelais.