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Andy Torbet also creates a stunning photo of Henrhyd Falls by abseiling down it at night, Carrie Grant hears the remarkable tale of a Welshman who tried to post himself home from Australia in a crate, Miranda Krestovnikoff investigates crabby escapologists in Bangor and Team GB's Keri-Anne Payne relives a Welsh woman's attempt to swim the Bristol Channel.
Affluent Jews are flat-out contemptuous of the president, although they have unduly burdened his son-in-law with the chore of keeping him "reasonable" and "sane." Watch out, Jared, this constituency is both captious and crabby. And this very smart young man might respond to this haughty constituency: Tu mir nisht kayn toyves.
Crabby is not the boy that her Yiddish-speaking father wanted, but he dubs her "Isaac" anyway.
Sleep deprivation does not just hurt workers--it hurts business, too, as 61 % of workers say lack of sleep has had an impact on their work in some way, including the following: it makes the day go by slower (30%); it makes me less motivated (27%); it makes me less productive (24%); it affects my memory (17%); it makes me crabby with coworkers (13%); it takes me longer to complete tasks (12%); and it causes me to make mistakes (11%).
Of course, no veteran actress does crabby quite like the national treasure that is Smith and there is a real sense that no one else could really play this role.
Of course, no veteran actress does crabby quite like the UK national treasure that is Maggie Smith, and there is a real sense that no one else could really play this role.
Feeling crabby? The ODFW is holding one-day, family-friendly workshops near Newport on Saturday and Sunday that will take participants from the ocean to the dinner plate, showing them how to catch, clean and cook crab.
It's not Professor Moriarty, Darth Vader, or even Crabby Appleton who wreak havoc on our computers, it's our own gullibility.
Rapper Kanye West, 37, shared his philosophy with Oxford students, who got antsy and crabby at his egotistical twaddle.
crabby. There are seven species that live on saltwater beaches.
The 28-year-old actress plays crabby cheerleader Kitty Wilde on the Fox musical show and currently inconsolable as they plan to get married and start having a family.
The restaurant, which opened last month, offers unique burgers such as a Holy Guacamole burger and a Crabby Patty.
Several years prior to course implementation, both faculty members had worked independently with the vCRP and with dedicated undergraduate students conducting research on Crabby Creek, a major tributary to valley Creek.
The nocturnal shifts made him crabby. He shouted obscenities through his bedroom window at the same ice-cream man at the same time of day for five years.