He was the hero of the one side, just as he was the bugbear of the other.
Reporter WILLIAM HARRIS decided to find out THE woman who got steamed up over missing apostrophes has a new bugbear: bad manners.
bugbear of mine - do not insist on being given nonsensical details.
bugbear of many businesses.
Broken links, disabled back buttons, the Flash intro - everybody has a web bugbear.
One of the main innovations of RSF, request-scope programming, also solves another perennial bugbear with web frameworks which is the scoping issue.
The ecological fallacy has become a bugbear to frighten people away from interpreting social observations in collective terms.
The big bugbear of cheap horns has always been the accuracy of the action.
In the focus groups, train fares were a particular bugbear: Train prices are unbelievable Tubes are better than trains.
My real bugbear is Science GCSE modules in October!
One major bugbear, however, is the present state of the road surface.
The bugbear is termination charges on these plans, which are often extortionate.
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