resenter

resenter

(rɪˈzɛntə)
n
a person who feels resentment
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FORMER Busted star Matt Willis says winning his battle with the booze means he can now move in with his beautiful girlfriend, MTV resenter Emma Griffiths.
SHE'S BACK ON THE DATING SCENE, AND THAT SUITS TV RESENTER AMANDA LAMB RIGHT DOWN TO THE GROUND
The jockey parted company with 50-1 shot P resenter at the sixth flight in the first division of the Weatherbys Insurance Novices' Hurdle.
While on Uned 5 he visited Madagascar with cop resenter Lisa Gwilym, and helped build a community kitchen in a small village.
Whenever this is resurrected in the Press - it's on, it's of she's heartbroken, his wife's dealing with her trauma by becoming a TV p resenter, and so on - by a remarkable coincidence, one of the trio seems to have something to promote.
The attitude that arises in the resenter is one of defiance in which she denies to herself and others the presumption, fostered by the wrongdoer's action, that she is low in value.
He and Grooverider,his cop resenter and musical partner since 1987, stand unrival led for their ability to manipulate the vinyl back to back.
His last TV appearance was on BBC Scotland's Lives Less Ordinary series in March when he and Kates poke top resenter Kirsty Wark about how the disease had affected them.
BBC Radio Merseyside editor Mick Ord has two local stars in the final frame -phone-in presenter Roger Phillips and Morning Merseyside cop resenter Linda McDermott.
They will then be used in a special video link-up top resenter Cat Deeley in the London studios.
Championed by various BBC 6 music resenters, not to mention Sir Paul, Stealing Sheep's tracks are beautifully honest to the band's live shows.