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- n. Any fit of bad temper by a child, especially kicking, screaming or deliberately holding the breath.
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They were surprised at Broud's irregular and unreasonable announcements separating Ayla and her son; they were shocked at Ayla's confrontation with the new leader no more than Broud's decision to move Creb; they were stunned as much by Brun's angry denunciation of the man he had just made leader as by Broud's uncontrolled temper tantrum demanding that Ayla be cursed.
Instead of dealing with North Korea, we spent large parts of Tuesday and Wednesday dealing with a temper tantrum Russia was throwing over Georgia, including attacking the United States for linking certain visas Russia wanted to Russia’s agreeing to a change in the text of a resolution renewing the UN observer mission in Georgia UNOMIG.