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gripe

1. a sudden intense pain in the intestines; colic
2. Nautical the lashings that secure a boat
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The actions of finding, identificating and exchanging the needed griper is a task for the device control system.
Lyon, A Brief Narrative of an Unsuccessful Attempt to Reach Repulse Bay, through Sir Thomas Rowe's "Welcome," in His Majesty's Ship Griper, in the year MDCCCXXIV (London, 1825).
A talked-out griper is easier to deal with than one who is bottling up emotions.
Some of the people who are sure to show up at a meeting and who will definitely need attention, are the griper and professional dissenter, the rambler, the expert, the interpreter, the professors, the inarticulate, the rigid, the director, and the coroner.
Tenders are invited for Complete Set Of Swing Griper Assembly For Som-125 Offset Printing Machine.
There may be little prospect of recompense in such a scenario, but the griper may be satisfied to impose harm on the perpetrator, for harm's sake, rather than to be made whole.