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  • The Paws to Reflect editor wanted a special issue dedicated to an upcoming public meeting about dog park restrictions after a child had been bitten by a bad-natured sharjackanoodlese shar-pei, Jack Russell, poodle, and Havanese.

    Haunted Honeymoon

  • There's been bad-natured stuff said on both sides, dude.

    Obama To Take On McCain Over Bloated CEO Salaries

  • Now it is screamingly obvious to anyone who has looked at the Interactive Illinois Report Card maintained by the State Department of Education in Illinois we must not consider high schooler as "kids" if Mr. Duncan's Claim #1 is to be interpreted as just a bad-natured deception.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • However, with all his roughness, Lachlan was not a bad-natured fellow, and regretted his inhospitality, when he saw stepping in a poor, wretched, little, old woman, bent double with age and misery.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • That's a smart way of playing politics with Howard Dean and suggests that Gephardt would never indulge in anything as bad-natured.

    Diplomatic Diary: Where They Stand

  • In flashback we learn why Shannon is so manipulative, and that it is not as bad-natured as we might have thought.

    The Tail Section » Upcoming Episode Round-up

  • The Bush haters are some of the most bad-natured people on the face of the earth.

    Lean Left » Blog Archive » Behave Yourselves

  • He stood for a moment in the oblong of sun the open door admitted, his shoulders hunched all the way up to his ears, expecting a hand to settle on the scruff of his neck (which bad-natured folk always seemed able to find, no matter how high you hunched your shoulders) at any moment; an angry voice would follow, asking what he thought he was doing here.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Chlorine had arrived home, in her homely bad-natured form.

    Yon Ill Wind

  • I know they're bad-natured, but they are her sons and therefore responsible for her.

    For The Roses

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