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disgruntlement

dis gruhn tuhl muhnt

  • n  a feeling of sulky discontent

  • But in Continental Europe, an additional factor feeds the disgruntlement: the euro, which 13 European Union countries have now adopted as their official currency since it was .
  • The media are excited about the prospect of a wealthy businessman running for President as an independent who could tap into broad public disgruntlement with the partisan .
  • And the blogs were the vehicle that helped that latent but pervasive disgruntlement among Connecticut Democrats become aware of itself.
News & Articles

  • IHT Rendezvous: IHT Quick Read: June 26
    Rescue risks in India; Obama on climate change; the new Taliban; sparring over Snowden; Armani on the runway; Kim Cattrall and Daniel Radcliffe on stage; disgruntlement over soccer in Brazil.        
    June 26, 2013 - New York Times
Quotes

  • Nelson Chamisa in IRINnews.org
    Nelson Chamisa, the faction's spokesperson, told IRIN: "ZANU-PF is panicking because they are aware of the levels of disgruntlement in both the civilian and military ranks. Tsvangirai is going around the country to explain the resolutions of the...
  • Norm Doyle in Toronto Star
    There's been some disgruntlement and I understand that,said Newfoundland MP Norman Doyle.
  • William Kelley in Reno Gazette Journal
    Heads up about disgruntlement in Nevada,Kelley wrote. "Sen. Ensign's (chief of staff) informs me that the senator is very unhappy about the decision to let Bogden go, very unhappy about its timing, and doesn't understand the urgency."

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