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!" A series of posters and T-shirts addresses old cliches and seeks to turn them into a more positive image.
I chafed at
the criticism, but eventually conceded that it was a good observation.
Madaleno (D-Montgomery County) is one of the lawmakers who chafed at
Ehrlich's grant for the religious conference, which is scheduled for June.
Clearly, he had ideas about his character that he wanted to convey--that he was boyish, impulsive, brash, and chafed at
his "calling" as a god.
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
becoming "ladylike." Yet Lowe's book is a welcome addition to the literature on both women and the body and women in education, both of which have been woefully under-represented in the writings on the history of women in the United States.
Not surprisingly, small businesses have chafed at
this situation for years.
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.S.