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In return, the suspect headbutts him in the face, causing his nose to bleed, and causing Wendy to chide him.

This makes the elder brother chide him often and that drives him away from home.

She wonders what Proteus likes about Silvia and what she can do about it, eventually
longed to return to Nova Scotia.

Rivers knew that he was not going to win the vote in Charleston, so he tried to maximize his vote outside of Charleston by making the theme of his campaign about the chicanery of the city.

By now I was sick to death of the prosecution chicanery, and I would not consent.

ABD spokesman Nigel Humphries says: "This is typical statistical chicanery by the authorities, who are desparate to justify a hugely unpopular scheme by claiming they have saved lives.

And those that did responded to the verbal chicanery with a wink and a nod - just as they had with Bush's Vietnam-era, volunteer military service.

An early wake-up call at the luxury Baur au Lac hotel in Zurich on May 27 blew the lid on soccer's chicanery.

But UMNO's government has suffered worsening election setbacks amid growing disgust with money politics, corruption, and allegations of repression and electoral chicanery.

He was an upstanding businessman in a business where chicanery could be second nature.

Myanmar was ruled for half a century by a brutal and isolationist junta that crushed pro-democracy movements through a combination of violent crackdowns and political chicanery.

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