Maintenance found the B+ power wire chafed at
the engine intake manifold, approximately six inches below the alternator.
Mississippi has long chafed at
these perceptions--which in some cases spring more from stereotypes than statistics--and it has now introduced an ad campaign called "Mississippi, Believe It
Madaleno (D-Montgomery County) is one of the lawmakers who chafed at
Ehrlich's grant for the religious conference, which is scheduled for June.
Other requests were informal and were sometimes turned down by librarians who chafed at
the notion of turning over such material, said the ALA.
It is regrettable, however, that diaries and letters don't exist for Spelman, for they might have given insight into how young black women felt about their presumed natural "carnality" and whether or not they chafed at
Though none of the players was ecstatic, it wasn't as fiery as last spring, when starting pitchers Jarrod Washburn, Scott Schoeneweis and Ramon Ortiz chafed at
the team's renewal terms, though Ortiz later agreed to a multiyear contract.
Throughout her life, she chafed at
paying for the smallest details, even toilet paper, yet when she decamped from the White House, it took nine U.
Emerson, who always chafed at
the rules of meter and rhyme, made a first draft of this poem for his Journal in 1845 and wrote it in practically free verse; later, he reworked it into a somewhat more conventional form.
Granada Hills residents have chafed at
Los Angeles' decision to allow operator Browning Ferris Industries to expand the dump to 90 million tons of garbage on 451 acres, and have filed a lawsuit attacking the adequacy of the environmental studies.