The government's tactics when it gets peeved
at a product can be extreme, as in the 1950s, when scientific papers of the psychiatrist Wilhelm Reich were burned by the government in the course of stopping the sale of a device he sold that it judged fraudulent.
A recent poll by Money magazine found that more Americans are peeved
about credit card interest rates than about federal income taxes--83 percent to 62 percent respectively.
Suffice to say she's pretty peeved
at whichever fella this is aimed at.
, I pointed out I was parked in a parent/child space and, since I had my child with me, was entitled to to so.
pensioners in Handsworth Wood are demanding that a site which has been set aside for the community should be given to them.
She's particularly peeved
that Kathleen is sharing her father's bed and dividing his attention.
But if she's unwilling to be up front about why she's peeved
and give you an opportunity to work it out, you're simply not responsible for her less-than-sunny disposition.
that he didn't think of the idea first, his opposite number is then said to have done the same.
Pole was shattered after his side crumbled in the 2-1 defeat at Parkhead and said: "It's difficult to say what happened to us.
about three county supervisors caving in to a lawsuit threat from the ACLU and striking a tiny cross from the Los Angeles County seal?
Let your friends know you are genuinely sorry and that you understand why they're peeved
A number of players, particularly those from Rhode, were peeved
that Connor was given the job ahead of Stephen Darby last autumn.
And, the peeved
senator added, ``We stressed that a local consulate official was sufficient.
Charis said: "I'm absolutely delighted but obviously peeved
that they've drawn a yellow line over my space now.
Well, don't look to the NFL, where it's hard to find someone who's not peeved
with someone or about something.