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Beer-stained clothes lying on his floor Bits of blood off his nose, giving grief to the fella on the door But he still sought comfort in his sounds, his record player, All rock 'n' roll, no sign of Leo Sayer.
Mr Al Ghurair, a Bahraini, plays an indifferent and naughty son giving grief to both his mother (Ms Ali) and his wife, played by 33-year-old Bahraini actress Salwa Al Jarrash.
One passenger told the website: "Two people were drunk before they got on and when we got off the ground they were swearing at the hostess and just giving grief to people."
He just reacted to the situation as he saw it - a lippy teenager giving grief to the ticket inspector.
It's the Glorious Twelfth, the day the shootin' starts, so the royals will be out on the moors giving grief to the grouse.
Among the topics are how the church managed before there was ethics; embodied discipleship and masculinity; authority and obedience; giving grief to management; globalization and power; and wealth, property, and theft.
This gift has been giving grief, anger, frustration and an overall realisation of what the occupation is all about.
The corporate cost of time lost to bereavement leave is likely to increase, but the personal price of not giving grief its due is far greater.
For years Alex Best has watched her old man (and by God he looks old these days) peeing his life away and the only time he wasn't giving grief was when he was at death's door.
If broadcast-network affiliates are likely to continue giving grief to the sales force of YCTV, another potential area of opposition the craft unions (actors, directors, writers) - is holding its fire.