chagrin


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to cause (a person) to be self-consciously distressed

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Quest said the acquisition of Chagrin Safety Supply will serve as a beachhead entry into the business-to-business durable goods market, as part of its diversified strategy.
It is a thing both alive and reactive, whose spirits and modes of being change continually: "Non loin de la villa Chagrin, a Saint-Esprit, je regardais l'Adour.
The next week Chagrin Hardware had orders from customers who couldn't make it in on Jan.
LaVella over at Gearhead hit the mark again with another wacky themed compilation, this one entitled Thingmaker, named after a toy that allowed you to mold creepy crawly insects and skeletons and stuff, much to yet little sister's chagrin.
A lead-paint proposal vetoed by Mayor Bloomberg last month may find its way into law by City Council override this week, much to the chagrin of the owners of older buildings.
Bratz are the latest must-have dot[ for the preteen set, much to the chagrin of some parents.
Bernanke, in favor of using inflation targeting as a tool in the conduct of monetary policy, has been gaining ground among outside academics and other experts to the chagrin of Fed staffers and former staffers who potentially would lose power internally in the event the Fed switched approaches.
And so far, much to my chagrin, there has been not a peep.
As blossoms burst forth in May, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, stages an annual Blossom Time Celebration.
Britain is one of a few nations that has set explicit targets for making all government services available electronically but, much to its chagrin, British citizens are not using them.
The objective of this study is to determine the health of seven streams managed by the Geauga Park District with a specific focus on the Chagrin River watershed and the Bass Lake Basin, Geauga Co.
Much to the chagrin of Reserve scientists, however, it's also a destination for hundreds of tourists with no interest at all in the natural environment.
Much of the comedy worked: Tiny Igor Slowpokin (Manolo Molina), as Siegfried's confidante Benno, made a huffy exit, tripping ignominiously over a kneeling swan and in chagrin, gave her a kick.
This Chagrin Falls, Ohio, bestseller presents full color (and fully clothed) pictures of nine men who live at Hamlet Village, a continuing care retirement community (CCRC).
He was also vice president of manufacturing at Plainwell Paper Company, Hopper Division; manager for Georgia-Pacific in Taylorville, Illinois; and general manager of Ivex in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, and Detroit, Michigan.