It was a harsh period for Greenlee as her fractious and oftentimes abrasive personality became even more difficult.
Differences Feel that things are getting a bit fractious?
fractious nature certainly flavors the music.
fractious debate a decision was taken for a second march to Symonds office.
fractious in the second half of the meeting, and I for one would be more content with some real food.
For some unaccountable reason they had suddenly decided to become fractious.
Indeed, the game proved equally as fractious as Saturday's.
It is also critical to cementing a potentially fractious executive, with four parties thrown together in involuntary coalition.
The usually fractious oppositions have to be united behind a single candidate if there is to be any chance of unseating the regime.
fractious relationship with Paolo.
I repeat this the other way as it is more convenient for all, particularly fractious kids!
From 212, free subjects empire-wide were able to be Roman citizens, and the provinces grew more fractious.
Brookfield is in a bit of a pickle, everyone's late and rushed and generally fractious.
fractious ethnic groups but say there's been little of that.
fractious Iraqi opposition, he remains a divisive figure, derided by some detractors as autocratic and arrogant.
Second half goal from Tony & Harvey finished off an increasingly fractious game, the students evidently not being used to losing.
D somewhat fractious: he was up early despite y'day so perhaps tired.
We both got a little fractious during this escapade, however, and I decided we should call it a night.
I didn't realize things could get so apparently fractious so quickly.
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