English words and Examples of Usage

use "grievance" in a sentence

In 1966, OFT hired the first staff to provide services (such as contract negotiations, research, grievance processing, etc.) to local affiliates.

The French had an understandable grievance and made threatening noises.

White officers, however, received the
schools, although shoaling tends to be a feature of the spawning season.

They are more gregarious than the Hoopoe, and can often be seen in small groups.

The morphological form is determined by density becoming "gregarious" at higher densities.

It is less gregarious in southern Europe and north Africa, where it is restricted by its need for moist soil.

Behaviour Both species are highly gregarious.

The passenger pigeon was a colonial and gregarious bird practicing communal roosting and communal breeding and needed large numbers for optimum breeding conditions.

The journal Manitoba Business once described his political style as "gregarious".

Plot summary The film shows Charlie having a very gregarious social life of women and partying, including having his congressional office staffed with young, attractive women.

He was a regular spectator at Park Avenue when Caersws weren't playing and is a chirpy, likeable and gregarious character.

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