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Example sentences for fuss

Here was someone who knew when not to respond or make a fuss.
They were said to have been threatened with reprisals if they made a fuss.
But the public rarely gets outraged and the fuss never lasts for long.
There's a lot of fuss made of wind turbines being an eyesore for people.
Traditionally, the custodians of heritage have been leery of making too much fuss over thefts.
Seeds germinate quickly and plants grow with little fuss.
And consumers will wonder what the fuss was all about.
And don't make a huge fuss out of every little mistake reporters might make.
Even when one of their own dies, there is not a lot of fuss.
The fuss to derail the concept seems a little harsh.
You'll have a seafood feast with minimal fuss for the host.
All that fuss about hoked-up memoirs and not a word about the put-ons of personal essayists-it doesn't make sense.
For instance, it's possible several powerful hurricanes could make a fuss out at sea without ever making landfall.
Fuss all you want, but the data isn't actually debatable.
It allows me to dive into my talk with a minimum of fuss.
He couldn't understand all the media fuss about the expedition's success.
And some other blind students don't get all the fuss.
The fuss with all confusion lies in the theoretical work.
True, when the bills start coming due, he'll probably raise a fuss.
People will be excused to wonder what all the fuss about fractal spacetime is.
Good teachers know how to point out the virtues in the best work without making a fuss over it.
So you can see for yourself what the fuss is all about.
When you look at the picture, you'll wonder what all the fuss is about.
The fuss over last week's small snowstorm wasn't only, or even mostly, about snow.
Now you can find out what the fuss is about without spending a cent.
So when the real thing began being imported three weeks ago, there wasn't much fuss about it.
But minority investors kicked up such a fuss that the plan had to be dropped.
The veterans of such affairs have settled down contentedly in their quarters and given up making any further fuss about matters.
All this fuss suggests, not that bosses are growing more horrible, but that employees expect them to be more agreeable.
Basically, it allows you to build models with little programming fuss.
Most of the fuss concerns three rule changes in particular.
Countries left the gold standard in wartime without much fuss and discovered they could do the same in peacetime.
No local politician or foreign government has kicked up a fuss.
Such a major engineering project will certainly cause a lot of disruption and fuss.
Rather, the summer has seen a supply shock of the sort that food markets are supposed to be able to absorb without fuss.
It simply switches on and runs with the minimum of fuss.
At the same time, she must not fuss and flutter and get agitated and seemingly make efforts in their behalf.
At the critical point he'd back out of a fuss with a dog of his own size.
But if you find some reasonable and probable explanations, then there's no much point in making a big fuss of it.
They've seen us build the straw-bale garden, tend the berry patches, and fuss with the chickens.
No doubt this was a peaceful place, without any noise or fuss.
He is already stirring up a bit of a fuss, starting to rival me in the number of agitated readers.
We tend to talk more about the substance of their work than fuss about point totals.
If participants decide to change the topic of a particular session midway through, don't raise a fuss.
So what is all the climatic fuss about, say the skeptics.
Perhaps the neutrino fuss will start something good.
And if you want even less fuss, there are a range of existing designs to choose from.
So it would be ironic if the moment had already come and gone, without any fuss, fanfare or felicitation.
Both bought their prized possessions simply to do a job-and to do it straight out of the box with a minimum of fuss.
Yet that is what is happening, as the fuss over the backdating of executive share options intensifies with each day.
Most of the fuss has been about reciprocity-or the lack of it.
State media are making a big fuss about the modest amount of aid that the army has distributed.
Some security experts argue that the fuss over the leak is overblown.
People understood the huge impact on health, he says, and their fuss helped overcome the barriers to transparency.
But it's harder to cut in top-tier markets than in mid-tier: you hear the fuss.
He wanted to prove the story was a fuss about nothing.

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