ill-tempered


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annoyed and irritable

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Summary: Melbourne: Sri Lanka won an ill-tempered and rain-shortened final T20 international against Australia off the .
0 LEAMINGTON slipped to a third defeat in four matches in an entertaining if occasionally ill-tempered encounter at Spencer Stadium.
I don't know about you, but nothing makes me more ill-tempered than denying myself food.
Sunday's pivotal league game was by far ill-tempered, as both sides' fans were notably aggressive.
A man called Kosdrev and a ill-tempered monarch sit in his way, Rahzvon has his work cut out for him, and it doesn't help that the first great war the world has ever known is not even a year away.
But when the shadow of the thieving, ill-tempered dragon Zorg and his brood falls upon the beach, it's up to Allie, Jaxon, and the dragon foundling Niji to fight back with all the cunning and courage they can muster
The visitors could not take full advantage after Cleckheaton had number eight forward Ben Wade dismissed in the opening half and generally it was an ill-tempered affair.
Hawken missed a penalty as the game became ill-tempered with several scuffles before Hawken's penalty made it 10-0 with 25 minutes played.
Normanby Hall crushed Ashbrook Falcons 9-1 in an ill-tempered game in which Ashbrook's Colin Chesworth was dismissed for kicking an opponent before substite Peter Dawson joined him for a tirade of abuse aimed at the referee who also booked two more Ashbrook players.
SYDNEY: Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni became embroiled in a controversy over the legality of his wicketkeeping gloves during an ill-tempered tri-series match against Australia here yesterday.
Coventry City midfielder Michael Doyle was sent off in a pre-season friendly, albeit a distinctly ill-tempered one, last night.
Flanked by co-workers as flamboyant, frosty, ill-tempered, conniving, or vapid as any reality show cast, Tucker is sucked in with them on increasingly surreal adventures, from being stranded on a deserted island to a murder plot, all of which cast eerie echoes on the fantasy lives he's try to put on television.
Seattle, 20-1 from 25-1 with Blue Square for the Super Bowl after going top of the NFC West, scored early when Seneca Wallace connected with Deion Branch for a 22-yard strike and held on to claim a 16-0 victory in an ill-tempered clash on a rainy night.
The normally ill-tempered Simon Cowell crowed that it was the ``single best performance of the competition to date.
Any advice for well-tempered students who study with ill-tempered teachers?