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to express negative feelings, especially of dissatisfaction or resentment

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He did not get sufficient explanation and he admits shouting and swearing at the complainers.
Wales needs leaders and we seem to have an apologetic elite of complainers.
This is significantly better than the national average of six and a half weeks and almost three times quicker than Britain's worst complainers, the Scottish, who take three months on average to resolve an issue.
If not for those interventions, the complainer would have a backup line that actually looked like a chorus.
Now the property landlord is to feature in the Channel 4 series The Complainers on Tuesday evening.
In this series we meet some of the nation's most persistent and stubborn complainers.
THE COMPLAINERS C4 9pm NEW SERIES In 2013, 38m complaints were lodged against corporations in the UK.
Chief Justice John Roberts recently joined the complainers on government pay, in his case judicial salaries.
Except in the case of waterparks, the complainers have a point.
Designed to track and trace the status of a complaint from notification through to resolution the software also assists in identifying spurious claims from serial complainers.
25) asks whether we would rather keep long-standing traditions of expressing Christian holidays and teachings in public places and courts or maintain the services of judges supporting a "little crowd of complainers.
And while many states and school officials have called the federal mandate underfunded, Paige criticizes their resistance, calling the complainers "significant, powerful forces entrenched in the old ways, mired in self interest.
Champion complainers know how to get what they deserve.
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.
In "Quieting the Chronic Complainer," every example presented by the author consisted of male complainers and female supervisors.