Today all I want to say is technology has distanced us from the world of simplicity and this lack of simplicity has aggrieved us beyond measure.
In fact, this woman worked to rule around her childcare, took time off for every minor ailment of the child and looked very aggrieved when she got no pay rise that year.
Chinese steel executives feel particularly aggrieved because they agreed last year to an increase of up to 97 percent and then watched prices tumble with the global economy.
But this initiative backfired when some aggrieved players used the information to track down and reveal personal details about him.
The Dutch international had every right to feel aggrieved for being dismissed having attempted a shot barely one second after being flagged and whistled up for offside.
With some justification, the Democrats are aggrieved to find that they supported Mr Bush ’s bill while his own party did not.
After listening to pigs, feel aggrieved: I just look at messages, I move Sheire Who?
Bolivia felt particularly aggrieved by UN tactics in Cancún, where its representatives lobbied for deeper cuts in emissions than richer countries were prepared to accept.
We might well feel aggrieved that we are being asked to wait until we are 66 to clock off for good.
According to the attorney for the retailers, any employee can bring suit in this matter even if he wasn't the party aggrieved.