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- It's all part of our ability in this country to get into a kerfuffle over the philosophies of ‘living to work’ and ‘working to live’.
- No less than 3 people stopped by my car to see what the kerfuffle was all about and I had to explain to them that I was not, in fact, totally bonkers, but that I had a bee in my car and he wasn't getting out.
- Thanks for the nod on the IT assistant job, I know it must be a bit of a bore having to advertise it externally and all the kerfuffle it must cause.
- Just as I was wiping up the last of the egg from my plate there was a general kerfuffle, with people rushing into the supermarket for shelter from a torrential downpour.
- The latest kerfuffle is likely to end the same way.
- The resultant kerfuffle almost overshadowed the fact that they'd released a belter of an album.
- The political kerfuffle surrounding the latest rate increase has reminded me of something I read earlier in the month.
- There was a bit of a kerfuffle because he couldn't find his ticket before he got on the plane.
- Ironically, every Collingwood Social Club member who wanted a ticket ended up with one, so the kerfuffle was over a matter of principle.
- Regular readers may remember the kerfuffle over the redesignation of speed cameras as ‘safety’ cameras.
- And yet what a kerfuffle is going on right now because of that awards night!
- It caused a diplomatic kerfuffle so he can't have forgotten about it.
- In fact, it was another 24 hours before they realised what an international kerfuffle the incident had caused, as the reaction around them in Bali itself was as if nothing much had happened.
- I think all of the controversy and the congressional kerfuffle about this actually strengthens Mr. Bolton.
- I can't think of any show I've ever been involved in that had such a kerfuffle around it.
- This kerfuffle is a distraction from the debate that we should be having.
- There was a big kerfuffle when VoIP services first launched as to whether they should be regulated like traditional telcos.