I am fortunate to have been a part of this magnificent industry during its unparalleled period of innovation and growth," said Grumbles
2) Sir Alex Guinness grumbles
about old age, traffic noise and more in his updated memoirs.
He will continue to report to Grumbles
, who oversees TNS, Turner Home Satellite (THS) and CNN Newsource Sales.
of discontent rippled through the crowd, Riordan said he would study the issue and notify community leaders when - and if - he makes up his mind.
Not bad for a 39-year-old director who is known for butting heads in Tinseltown and who grumbles
, "The New York Knicks will win the NBA championship first" before Hollywood hands him an Oscar.
But while some of these grumbles
may just be a way of making conversation or getting a pet hate off our chest, some of these moans do have a point to them, which is where this show comes in.
2 A high temperature that comes and goes and grumbles
Now the grumbles
are coming from much nearer home, it seems.
This is supposed to be the happy and festive season, but grumbles
are what we're getting, and we tell 'em like we get 'em.
The plot revolves around the Squeaks, who are busted when the Grumbles
spot one of them and vow to eliminate the mice in whatever way possible.
There have been some grumbles
about Donna Summers' ``She Works Hard for the Money,'' but little cacophony about Jimmy Cliff's ``Piece of the Pie,'' or ``Rise Above It'' from ``Cool Runnings'' (the Jamaican bobsled movie), or any song about feet or with a strong dance beat.
Another letter grumbles
about the drop-off being altered away from the building and into the car park.
MTHANCOCK grumbled about the Labour-led council and now he grumbles
about the Conservative-led council.
Correlating the importance of wetland preservation and the maintenance of aging and failing infrastructure to public health, Grumbles
stressed the importance of education and investment as keys to solving these critical issues.
Despite the regular grumbles
of one contemporary Edinburgh architect (with an Irish name, Richard Murphy, who actually hails from Cheshire), Scots architects do get quite a lot of work in their home country--and do it rather well.