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intense resentment

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The other heartburning points for brokers' fraternity included election of chairman, term of directors, and minimum paid up capital of brokerage houses.
Ignoring the bench in the new elevations has caused heartburning to the judicial officers, who say that it was injustice with them to end up as a district and sessions judge after serving as judicial officers for 30 to 35 years.
The higher tribunals, and particularly the appeal courts, are constituted in the eye of the law a logical machine, and in no sense a group of heartburning philanthropists.
In all of this heartburning, let us also not forget about the "bad" globalization period--so "bad" that it has helped move close to a billion people out of poverty in the last twenty sweet years.
The fact that most such efforts fail causes a good deal of distress and heartburning, both of which are quite justifiable.