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Big Shot, premiering April 16, stars John Stamos as Marvyn Korn, a wildly successful but notoriously temperamental college basketball coach whose NCAA career comes to an abrupt halt following an ugly chair-throwing incident.
By decoupling creative excellence from the temperamental excesses of big-ego chefdom, the industry will develop new role models and new practices that promote healthier work environments.
On the surface, the inventory is unpredictable and temperamental.
But they have not the invincible carelessness or temperamental springiness of the old lot—and how should they?
So temperamental a creature as Sylvia would be prone to exaggerate a situation.
THE OPENED SHUTTERSCLARA LOUISE BURNHAM
She bore him one child, Rebecca, of a temperamental nature, and of deep piety like her mother.
REVOLUTIONARY READERSOPHIE LEE FOSTER
I believe he is incapable of cruelty—physical, mental, or temperamental—quite incapable of it.
KATHARINE FRENSHAMBEATRICE HARRADEN
And now she will begin on her eternal subject: a dead friend who was done to death by her husband's temperamental cruelty.
KATHARINE FRENSHAMBEATRICE HARRADEN
Men differ according to their temperamental composition and their human conduct.
His temperamental handling of the plates of the various editions of "Leaves of Grass" resulted in many curious imprints.

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