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Upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.

A. Upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.
B. Upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the displeasure of the Police Chief was expressed to the government.
C. Being that he was upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.
D. Upset from the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.
E. The high-handedness of the security agencies upsetting him, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.

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Originally posted by getgyan on 09 Oct 2012, 23:17.
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Upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.

A. Upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.
B. Upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the displeasure of the Police Chief was expressed to the government.
C. Being that he was upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.
D. Upset from the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.
E. The high-handedness of the security agencies upsetting him, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.



A looks good here. Whats the OA?
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Could someone please explain the difference between (a) and (d).
Why is 'upset from' wrong?
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A. Upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police
Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.
B. Upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the displeasure of
the Police Chief was expressed to the government.
C. Being that he was upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies,
the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.
D. Upset from the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief
expressed his displeasure to the government.
E. The high-handedness of the security agencies upsetting him, the Police Chief
expressed his displeasure to the government.
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A it is : Upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police
Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.
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Is the phrase "upset over" or "upset from"?
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I really cant make think of a difference between upset over and upset from . can any one explain
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Upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.

A. Upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government. - correct
B. Upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the displeasure of the Police Chief was expressed to the government.
C. Being that he was upset over the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.
D. Upset from the high-handedness of the security agencies, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government.
E. The high-handedness of the security agencies upsetting him, the Police Chief expressed his displeasure to the government. -- awkward construction

Correct Usage of Upset: upset about/over/by
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