1 They have been listening to people's gripes, moans and praise.
2 Bring all your gripes to the boss.
3 Still, despite the gripes about the already-crowded playing field, more investors are lining up.
4 Now wait for the gripes to start.
5 Processing Processing have got some gripes Joyce is on the warpath, cripes!
6 But the loudest gripes concerned my criticism of the legislation to phase out inheritance tax.
7 Take medicine when you get gripes.
8 Though the dysentery was over,[www.Sentencedict.com] he still had gripes from time to time.
9 Such gripes aside, there is a clear sense that things are improving.
10 Bus drivers and motorists made their gripes loud and clear.
11 This kind of medicine is special for gripes.
12 He's got the gripes.
13 I left the house because I wasn't in the mood to listen to Maude's gripes.
14 What that figure suggests is that Livingstone has become the vessel into which all the assorted gripes against Blairism have collected.
15 And it's time to put the team before any individual gripes.
16 Banks, insurance firms and other administrative centres were the main target of gripes among those polled.
17 It's these types of actions that have prompted the gripes to the Justice Dept., says a person with knowledge of the matter.