(1) However, concentrating on its bank balance meant the company's focus on mobile payments was slipping, so it decided to ‘ride a lot of aggro from the bank and go for it’.(2) There has been little sign of real rock aggro all evening.(3) Patrick said: ‘At our age you don't want the aggro of organising trips.’(4) As regards aggro and hostility, I would imagine that there's plenty who get enough of that from their daily lives, and like to leave it out of their private lives.(5) Given the difficulties he is experiencing with Waterford Wedgwood, another of his publicly quoted ventures, we're not sure why O'Reilly wants the aggro that goes with keeping this vehicle in the spotlight.(6) they do not usually become involved in aggro(7) He said: ‘Refereeing school matches can be a thankless task, and you get more than your fair share of aggro over your decisions - especially from the mums and dads.’(8) It was all only verbal aggro and handbag hostilities but it did little credit to the participants.(9) The school cafeteria was a place of petty, day-to-day aggro .(10) I'm told that in York's last game against them many years ago there was a bit of aggro , so we're expecting a hard game from them.(11) You are supposed to have aggro getting money off them, not giving it back.(12) For your angry little brother or sister who's discovered aggro metal like Disturbed.(13) he didn't have to deal with aggro from the desk clerk(14) Quick Street implemented a new residents permit scheme last year, which has caused all sorts of aggro .(15) What happened between me and Ian was a storm in a teacup, handbags at 22 paces, and there was no real aggro , beyond the pair of us making our points.(16) Did McEnroe wind up the tennis crowd and his opponent because he just couldn't help it, or because he was smart enough to know that maximum aggro was ultimately going to wreck his opponent's concentration?
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