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whinge

Vox populi-UK
noun Bellyache; complaint; gripe; whine.
 
verb To complain; gripe; whine.
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If we carry on like this, Brum will become known as the Whingers Capital of Britain.
I have full details on this and other schemes, but politicos and whingers need not apply.
All these whingers who do not want to pay pounds 2 a month need to think what they are doing for the environment if they are not going to help the councils to get rid of their garden rubbish.
So, for all you whingers, here is the Championship League clash between Chelsea and Atletico Madrid, live from Stamford Bridge.
It's time Scotland grew up and realised that acting in this childish way just makes us Scots look like a bunch of whingers.
No doubt if whiners and whingers like S Watkinson had their way, we would still be living in those disgusting slum tenements I can recall in the fifties.
Alexandra, 62, will arrive in Albert Square later this year as a character called Cynthia in a storyline involving Walford whingers Gary Hobbs (played by Ricky Groves) and Rick "Minty" Peterson (Cliff Parisi).
I ask the question because all of his ``exclusives'' seem to me to be from the same political viewpoint, usually anti-Labour, and always the opposing comment is from one of Plaid's professional whingers, as in today's stories about Corus and the NHS.
You get the early impression that OzArchs feel really beleaguered: I always thought it was the Poms who were the whingers and took themselves far too seriously.
The thing is all these other whingers in the Coalition party and all these other whingers who are complaining.
He said: "Australia has never been a team that whinges, we don't want to be regarded as a team of whingers.
On Graham Henry's plan for referees OVER the years any time anyone has a go at the standard of refereeing on matches, then there are always lots of replies about whingers.