There will be tempestuous wrangling by the 168 committee members between now and the Jan. 14-15, 2011 election.
Daphne Merkin on the tempestuous, glamorous love affair—and the surprisingly literary side of Burton.
Chris Lee reports on their bloody, drug-fueled, tempestuous courtship.
Then came the horrible news about his son, Nicholas, with whom Brooks had had a tempestuous relationship.
This sets off a series of tempestuous events, with the couple spending the rest of the film arguing in front of everyone.
The heroines of poems and fictions are complex people to-day, world-weary, tempestuous and without peace of heart or mind.
Drearily and wearily drew on the dark hours of that tempestuous night.
He was tempestuous, quick, and passionate, but in quarrel would be led by a smile.
The water rose to his knees, but tempestuous as was the rush, he maintained his footing.
His widow immediately re-embarked for the West Indies, but her voyage was tempestuous.