tetchy


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One suggestion has been Bruce does not have His serious was tetchy, some names about also enough tactical nous to do well in the Premier League and a quote which appeared about him not "being into tactics" has haunted him.
It was certainly not a good performance mentally from Murray, who was tetchy throughout and committed far too many errors.
The woman next door, a very distant, haughty and very tetchy individual who kept herself very much to herself actually spoke to me out of the blue.
"I don't feel any different and I get tetchy if people ask me if I can manage the stairs.
There is apparently a "moody molecule" in the brain which makes some people tetchy and irritable.
In the village, Edna's tetchy as Aaron threatens to reveal her secret, and Sandy is worried when he sees them together.
LAST TANGO IN HALIFAX (9pm BBC1) THE family strife in Sally Wainwright's tetchy drama now spans four generations as Alan (Derek Jacobi, below) seems to have become official babysitter for his new great-granddaughter.
So if we feel a bit tetchy towards these people we do have "scars" to show.
London, May 17( ANI ): Arsenal captain Robin Van Persie's talks with the club hierarchy, which are understood to be quite tense and tetchy over signing a contract extension concluded without any agreement.
AMs were quick to knock down suggestions last week that it could see FIFA, world football's governing body who are notoriously tetchy about politicians interfering in matters, take action against the Football Association of Wales (FAW).
Hankey took an age to pluck his arrers from the board after each throw, leaving an increasingly agitated Barney waiting on the oche, and Hankey snailed his way to a tetchy 5-2 win.
The "business case" is deeply flawed and any legitimate objections to its basic concept are met with an almost arrogant and tetchy dismissal.
Following the tetchy opening period the visitors were second to every ball after the break.
Iniesta struck with four minutes remaining to settle a tetchy encounter which saw English referee Howard Webb brandish a record 14 yellow cards.