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“He made a point of being a trouble-maker and was shifted about a lot.”
“If one trouble-maker gets too many negative ratings on their comments, they automatically lose the ability to continue to comment.”
“He convinced my mother I was a trouble-maker," the daughter of the Hawkins County woman recalled.”
“That's what the George H.W. Bush Administration did with another trouble-maker in our neighborhood, Manuel Noriega in Panama.”
“He is a trouble-maker, a disturber of the public peace, a shallow-pated demagogue —”
“But in his day he was a trouble-maker, particularly for economists.”
“The usual conventions of the genre appear, such as a misunderstood guy known as a trouble-maker for getting into fights.”
“His introduction shows how important first impressions can be: Miner arrives to find Jim pranking Dwight and immediately pegs Jim as a lazy trouble-maker, while Dwight appears to be ideal number two material.”
“I love that Jobs has been called a micro-manager, a tough boss, a perfectionist, a trouble-maker and dyslexic.”
“Although illiterate, he was a celebrated public speaker: his son, Rolihlahla, who only got the name Nelson from a teacher on his first day at school (Rolihlahla is Xhosa, we are told, for "trouble-maker"), so admired his father, who had a tuft of white hair above his forehead, that he used to rub ashes into his own hair to get the same effect.”
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