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New Delhi: An embittered former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Kalyan Singh has resigned from the Bharatiya Janata Party.
But while Obama's proven to be a breath of fresh air, Hillary has come across as a tough, tired, embittered piece of work who can't be trusted.
RAFA BENITEZ wants his struggling stars to take the heat out of the war with Tom Hicks and George Gillett by giving Liverpool's embittered fans something to cheer about again.
But when the vote failed citywide -- and garnered a scant majority Valleywide -- in 2002, Fleming and his fellow critics did not retire embittered.
He continued, "Now, as a result of the international boycott against the political leaders, our children are becoming beggars and our teenagers are becoming more embittered by injustice and hypocrisy and driven into the arms of the.
THE SLAUGHTER OF INNOCENTS IN LEBANON HAS ONLY COMPLICATED the chances for peace and embittered a new generation against Israel.
Rod Stewart has said his heart goes out to Sir Paul over his embittered divorce battle with Lady Heather.
Mordred is tern between the desire to please his domineering, embittered mother, who is consumed by her hatred for Arthur; his own ambivalent feelings toward his powerful father; and his search for a man te love.
AN EMBITTERED husband who torched the family caravan after his marriage hit the rocks had his potentially life-long sentence overturned in London's Appeal Court yesterday.
A woman who lived in "interesting times" and suffered from the kind of discrimination common to all Native Americans at the hands of their white neighbors, Chipeta nevertheless was a special woman who did not become embittered and remained a humble, caring, loving, wise, and giving person.
Moran appears uncertain whether to embrace the neo-liberal verities of "revisionist" scholars, such as David Fitzpatrick or Donald Akenson, or to cleave to what the latter condemn as "old-fashioned" nationalist interpretations--of the Irish emigrants as impoverished, homesick, embittered "exiles," for example, instead of fortunate "escapers" and eager protoentrepreneurs.
All are sexually experienced, variously cocky or embittered, although we cannot tell how much of their confessions are fabulation, designed to satisfy peer pressure.
Her father, a former slave and embittered alcoholic, is embarrassed by a daughter who wants to attend college.
AS a loyal fan for over 40 years, I was embittered to read the comments of Stan Collymore.
One day a friend told me that the way I had made my point at a meeting of Naga leaders had deeply embittered a group of people.