He was nicknamed ''Irritable Kan'' for his quick temper
. Observers say he is a realist, not easily swayed by sentiment.
Brown, 37, did not take the stand during the trial but the court was painted a picture of a man with a quick temper
, drink and drug problems, and a troubled personal life after the break-up of his marriage.
Tommy's the 'bad' brother with a quick temper
, just released from prison for robbery.
There's no sign of the notorious quick temper
(and in fact the 33-year-old has mellowed from earlier series of the dance competition) when I catch up with him at the cavernous Lime Street theatre.
Connor, whose quick temper
gets him into trouble all the time, learns he is to be one of these "Unwinds," and so does Risa, an unwanted ward of the state.
He's got a quick temper
, a roving eye and he's already made son Bradley blow his carrot top.
Unfortunately, her quick temper
and self-destructive behavior prove major impediments, even with Resler's unflagging support.
He has a quick temper
at times, and he used that anger to either save lives or destroy them.
Despite his quick temper
Reg developed a friendship with store worker Curly Watts and once insisted he accompanied him to a salon for a new hairpiece fitting.
With a quick temper
and an overcritical nature they make great writers.
Although undoubtedly he made many enemies through a combination of conceit, arrogance and a quick temper
, Bankes was an important early figure in Nubian and Near Eastern archaeology, and the nascent study of Egyptology.
He was a small, genial little man and fiercely independent with a very nasty, quick temper
. Despite this he was very friendly and although a gifted horseman and artist, was charmingly self-effacing about it.
 Similarly, predispositions to illness, pregnancy, and personality traits (poor judgment and quick temper
) are not disabilities unless resulting from a psychological disorder.
"[E]rrors in judgment, aggressive behavior, insubordinate behavior, inability to get along with coworkers, absenteeism, [or] a quick temper
[may] constitute notice to an employer that an employee has a mental disability," notes attorney Margaret Hart Edwards in the Employee Relations Law Journal EEOC guidelines say employers must expect covered workers to fall short on such dimensions as "thinking, concentrating, and interacting with other people."
Morgan was a brave, physically powerful man, possessed of a resourceful mind and quick temper
; he was greatly admired by his troops and by Washington; his double envelopment at Cowpens is considered a classic maneuver.