I, too, chafe at
restrictions that seem arbitrary, and I especially respect those who loved the sciences as much as the men of their times did.
Machinery exhibitors, who also chafe at
the cost of shows, may be learning to use them more efficiently.
Ordinary human beings often chafe at
the boundaries imposed on us.
It hardly helps when gay conservatives pillory organizations that strive for racial parity or chafe at
making alliances with other groups and their causes.
Although those of us who advocate change in universities certainly chafe at
the slow pace of that change, and there is room for universities to move faster and be more responsive to community needs, there is little likelihood that those changes will bring universities to the quarter-to-quarter mentality of the business world.
in her inspiring, delightful dance for/of words, Wade-Gayles joyfully dares to rethink ideology and its critique by claiming of her cherished maternal identity that "I chafe at
the very idea that anyone would attribute this joy to patriarchy, to sexism, to restrictions on my life.
They chafe at
being lectured by bankers at vestry meetings.
Frankie's parents meet Warren and chafe at
his new lifestyle - an actor?
The symbolism of this action is perplexing: why would women who chafe at
patriarchy voluntarily engage in such domesticity?
But over the years they began to chafe at
the rigid conventions of the ballroom world.
But Larry's willfulness starts to chafe at
Bimbo, who soon reduces their ``partnership'' to an employer/employee relationship.
Backers of conservative firebrand Pat Buchanan may also chafe at
Kemp's selection for the No.