chagrin


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

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Chagrin Safety Supply is an Ohio, US-based supplier of personal protection equipment, apparel and safety supplies.
The incipit of Villa Chagrin invokes both time and space, and appears to situate the narrative instance precisely: "Le 15 novembre je suis rest& a la maison, evitant la brume sur l'Adour et le flot cotonneux apercu la veille vers sept heures quarante cinq quand j'allais dans l'invisible, roulant vers le lieu le plus familier de la ville" (9).
Chagrin Hardware has been a staple of the community since 1857, and resident Jim Black wanted to show his support for one of his favorite shopping destinations by bringing it more business.
Andrew Devonshire, president of Dollar Bank, Ohio, said, 'For more than a dozen years, we have been searching for a suitable location in the Chagrin Boulevard area.
England's ongoing tour of South Africa sees Kevin Pietersen return to the land of his birth," it boomed, "whilst wearing three lions on his shirt, to the chagrin of the Springboks.
Located in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, the HTS engineering staff has more than 30 years of experience in the industry and is dedicated to providing the highest level of customer service.
Devine of Chagrin Falls, OH; four grandchildren, Colleen Devine of NYC, Patrick Devine of Chagrin Falls, OH, Molly Haverty of Boston and Jay Haverty of NYC; two step grandsons, Campbell McInnes of Los Angeles, CA and Cody McInnes of Jackson Hole, WY.
Eventually, though, Nader's commitment to an ideal leads to an untenable situation that finds him disavowing former friends and running for office to many liberals' chagrin.
when they've gotten over their chagrin and disappointment, they may even see fit to join Americans United.
Yes, says Michael Cappetta, 16, a junior at Chagrin Falls High School in Ohio.
Barnaby is good with his hands, but he's no sorcerer; in fact, he becomes a good friend of Ana, much to Ana's mother's chagrin.
Much to your chagrin, you fall through the trapdoor of never-used warranties that have milked you for thousands of your hard-earned dollars.
Much to the faculty's chagrin, the girls were not philosophizing about Homer or discussing Euclidian geometry.
In a similar vein, Microsoft founder and the world's richest man, Bill Gates, expressed chagrin that legitimizing and imposing the tax could take five or ten years and collecting and distributing the revenue couldn't wait that long.
Much to the chagrin of Sir Michael Bishop and the team at bmi, whilst Virgin won Chek Lap Kok to Sydney, Cathay Pacific gained the right to fly from Heathrow to Kennedy Airport New York.