complainer


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a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whining

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The complainer followed him into the store and alerted colleagues there.
"The complainer contacted police and he tried to open the passenger door of the vehicle; police attended and he was held in custody."
"The complainer put his hand on top of the fridge and as he was doing so, unbeknown to him, the accused had placed the handle of a brush underneath the complainer's bottom.
"He again returned to the complainer, who was still lying on the ground, took hold of him and spread his arms out while shouting and being aggressive towards him.
"After the assault by Mr Russell, the complainer then dropped the glass he was holding and went for Mr Russell, but they were separated and that was the extent of it."
Mr Thomson said: "The complainer received a phone call from a withheld number and heard silence so hung up."
Steve Bradbury, 63, has been dubbed one of the country's most persistent complainers.
My manager always stressed to the staff that the complainer was your best friend.
Therefore, the policies and guidelines must be shared with the team and even the internal and external complainer. This will give a confidence to the complainer to lodge a complaint.
Dom Joly's Complainers (10.00pm) Dom Joly investigates recycling policies in Exeter, Oxford and Barnet, while fellow complainer Rich discovers the subtleties of parking fine law.
Dom Joly investigates recycling policies, while fellow complainer Rich discovers the subtleties of parking fine law.
"Eventually, you will be shunned as a whiner and complainer. You'll stay stuck in a 'ain't it awful?' frame of mind," states Ekroth.
Once completed, the test can be easily incorporated into reports for the customer and the complainer.
The complainer. Complainers are organizational downers.