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  • "Cuomo's Tight Rein Chafed Office's Lawyers" -- headline The Wall Street Journal, Oct. 18 "Barnes Shifts Attack to Woo Women" -- headline, Associated Press, Oct. 18 Someone Set Up Us the Bomb

    The Last War

  • 's Tight Rein Chafed Office' s Lawyers As Andrew Cuomo seeks to take the reins of a sprawling state government wracked by fiscal disorder, former lawyers who worked for him at the attorney general 's office say he was a micromanager who concentrated even the most routine decisions in a tight circle of advisers.

    Cuomo

  • Chafed her hands in nervous anticipation before taking a deep, fortifying breath.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Chafed her hands in nervous anticipation before taking a deep, fortifying breath.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Chafed her hands in nervous anticipation before taking a deep, fortifying breath.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Chafed by its many disadvantages but wanting to keep a civil code, Louisianans looked around for something more up-to-date.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Senator Cornyn’s “Daily Question” for Judge Sotomayor:

  • KARR: Lampert says Martin Scorsese's film foundation jumped at the chance to fund Anthology's restoration of "No More Excuses," "Chafed Elbows" and another lost Downey film, "Babo 73," which centers on a future, doltish president of the U.S.

    Robert Downey Sr., Underground And Off The Cuff

  • Take Downey's biggest early underground hit, for example, an absurd comedy from 1966 called "Chafed Elbows."

    Robert Downey Sr., Underground And Off The Cuff

  • Chafed by chains and the movement of the decks beneath them, their rag-draped hides showed scabby and pale.

    Ship Of Magic

  • Chafed at having been described as woebegone, Diana lifted her chin.

    A GIFT OF LOVE

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