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  • Not only did I have to go through the tutorial (much to my shagrin) but I keep discovering screens in the game for upgrades that I have never seen before!!

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Diary #109: “Saturdays”

  • We moved here a year and a half ago, to the shagrin of most of out family and friends.

    The Orion Nebula shines on an old neighborhood

  • ( ) The Princess Bride (- much to the shagrin of my Boss, who tells me I MUST see this)

    I've seen 89 out of 83 films -- I JUST managed to have a life!

  • I spoke to Josiah about this and he agreed with me, though he took the occasion to bring in Coney Island, much to my shagrin.

    Samantha at Coney Island and a Thousand Other Islands

  • Of course, to the shagrin of all of us non-Angels, some things come naturally.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • And, remember when the downtown free bus services started in the 70's, the indigent population benefitted as well, much to the shagrin of the uptown business community, who also did not want to deal with this difficult social problem and wished it would just go away?

    Crosscut

  • I have converted (much to their shagrin, as my voice creeps into their heads at art fairs, they have said) many a friend and talked with them about all the costs, time, and other things that go into making and selling art.

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  • Unfortunately, Ted may be moving across the Hudson, but Robin -- who took a new job at a more respected news agency -- ends the episode with the shocking news that she, to the shagrin of Barney, will be moving to Japan.

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • | Reply | Permalink its amazing that people continue (willfully?) to miss the point of the discussion that should be occuring here. it isnt about whether millin can morally or otherwise represent the wyoming democratic party with his signature. its whether by choosing to support - not work for - barack obama, he publicaly represents obama in say, the same way that shaheen represented clinton. the answer, much to greg's shagrin i'm sure, is that he doesn't. journalistically, this piece is absolute garbage. sargent should no longer be allowed to post here. end of story.

    Obama Backer Questions Hillary's Electability -- Because Of Bill

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  • In the vexamples it is.

    September 7, 2010

  • is this a misspelling of chagrin?

    September 7, 2010