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to express negative feelings, especially of dissatisfaction or resentment

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The source added: "Cops have been told if they're going to miss appointments, they have to phone the complainer.
Councils are having to up their game to deal with some of the nation's most stubborn complainers.
Real Complainers Vote takes a "seriously humorous" look at how our nation isn't just comprised of complainers; it was founded and built by them.
Once completed, the test can be easily incorporated into reports for the customer and the complainer.
Some of these complainers escaped persecution by emigrating to North America.
OVER THE COURSE OF the school year, every high school administrator will be forced to deal with an inevitable crop of major and minor complainers.
After reading the letters written to Dance Magazine about the small amount of coverage on Irish dancing, I have a few words to say to the complainers.
Complainers smelled a fix, masterminded by cocurator Gregory Crewdson, who taught six of the artists at Yale.
While protecting the user's right to their own opinions, the system at the same time provides user safeguards such as: built-in checks for foul language; a 48-hour delay on postings to ensure that the receiving user has time to respond; an email address verification check; a challenge-and-respond request that allows complainers to withdraw their posts; automatic deactivation of posts from unmonitored email addresses; a single post rule that prevents a single user from posting more than once per business.
A Tayside Police spokesman said: "A 20-year-old male was detained and was arrested for a theft by housebreaking and three deception-type frauds from elderly complainers in the Perth area.
He said that Islamabad High Court would be completely active within days and the complainers complaint would be resolved.
Of the five complainers, only one is still a member of the congregation.
Had we waited until the ship was sailing and followed it down river, it would have been a very late night and some of us had to work in the morning - thank goodness the complainers didn't get their own way
Perhaps we are looking in the wrong direction for the complainers.