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No wonder I recently had a claustrophobic tantrum and walked out of my house so I could sit alone in my car in the dark for 30 minutes.
Those early philosophers sought logical explanations for things like thunderstorms, rather than attributing them to Zeus throwing temper tantrums in the form of thunderbolts.
Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney, 51, went childlike tantrum on being unable to go outside and play in the yard at Florida State, even when such possibilities and responsibilities always hovered over the misshapen season.
As a parent coach, I am confident that your daughter will learn to read and write and do arithmetic, but the crying, tantrums and fighting are more worrisome.
Her angry tantrums have always been an issue, but they've gotten worse since we've been staying at home.
The varying tantrums of Bell and Brown appeared to deal the Steelers consecutive episodes of uncommon turbulence.
You probably saved my life, for you can't tell what a half-wit will do, when in a tantrum and armed with a knife.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
Her voice soared shrilly to match the heights of her tantrum.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
He's not had a tantrum or a whining fit since you made friends.
THE SECRET GARDENFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
"I may be obliged to have a tantrum," said Colin regretfully.
THE SECRET GARDENFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT

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