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  • noun Plural form of grumbling.

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Examples

  • This time around there are a lot of contentious points that could topple this shaky deal starting with veto grumblings from the Bush administration over the carbon cap-and-trade system, to McCain's unhappiness with the limited provisions for nuclear energy, to whether or not states can have stronger standards than the federal government (as California does right now).

    Lieberman – Warner Bill on Global Warning - Swampland - TIME.com

  • As a side note: did anyone hear the new grumblings from the military possibly ditching the M4?

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  • That cat is long out of the bag (despite new grumblings from the right to abolish them) and it ain’t going back.

    Think Progress » After complaining that health care bills were too long, Boehner now complains that Obama’s is too short.

  • Just as they like to bash you for your so called grumblings they bring nothing to the table but bashing you.

    TCPalm Stories

  • The mayor acknowledged "grumblings" about his performance but said that is mostly the result of media criticism -- not actual failings on his part.

    Grass Roots Put New Orleans Back on Its Feet

  • Emerging from the White House, Lee said caucus members have "been working with the president since before he was the president," and that she didn't know where reporters had heard "grumblings" about Obama.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Emerging from the White House, Lee said caucus members have "been working with the president since before he was the president," and that she didn't know where reporters had heard "grumblings" about Obama.

    NPR Topics: News

  • At first, he heard "grumblings" about being carded, especially from older male customers, but now people seem to be adapting to the new policy.

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  • At first, he heard "grumblings" about being carded, especially from older male customers, but now people seem to be adapting to the new policy.

    IndyStar.com Top Stories

  • Emerging from the White House, Lee said caucus members have "been working with the president since before he was the president," and that she didn't know where reporters had heard "grumblings" about Obama.

    NPR Topics: News

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