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bitter

Brit beer with a high hop content, with a slightly bitter taste
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At a Gartner Business Intelligence Summit 2010 in February, Andreas Bitterer, research vice president, Gartner said: "Open-source BI has seen an interesting adoption pattern over the last few years.
This makes the effects of the crisis even bitterer because it will increase poverty.
1Gartner "Magic Quadrant for Data Quality Tools" by Ted Friedman and Andreas Bitterer, June 9, 2009.
In her recent often terrific book on the sonnets, Helen Vendler reads the line seriously as about the internalization of scriptural fecundity commands; but even though she locates a lot of dangerously obscene and even (to me) accurate Kabbalistic puns and "ties" elsewhere in the sonnets (while rejecting others), the refusal to hear "increase"'s other lower meanings is I think signal of a genteel element in her reading when it comes, not to sex, but to the bitterer, more lower-middleclass anti-census gestures of some great poems.
Colder, Bitterer," the penultimate poem in Cate Marvin's second collection provides an apt two-word description of how this book is both like and unlike her first.
Speaking at the research and advisory firm's Business Intelligence and Information Management Summit held in Australia in February, Gartner Research Vice President Andreas Bitterer said that poor quality, or "dirty data," is often overlooked by businesses, but it can have a large negative impact on a firm.
But the even bitterer irony ( for those who are sick to the back teeth of Blair ( is that a bad showing by Labour next month might just have the opposite effect of what they intend.
It was a cruel blow for the kennel who only last month lost Baltimore Joe in the opening round of the Henlow Derby, but this was an even bitterer pill for Gaskin to swallow given the superb breeding of the bitch who would have turned five tomorrow.
IF YOUR HEAD IS WAX, DON'T WALK IN THE SUN Things that are bitterer than gall, Physicians say are always physical: Now women's tongues if into powder beaten, May in a potion or a pill be eaten, And as there's nought more bitter, I do muse, That women's tongues in physick they ne'er use, Myself and others who lead restless lives, Would spare that bitter member of our wives.
He was ornery and cruelly snobbish, and his outlook on life grew blacker and bitterer as he grew older.
But that was not the case and makes it and even bitterer pill to swallow.