Separate the wheat from the chafe…

December 29, 2009
Air travel hassles worse after scare; shares dip
Airlines chaffed at security restrictions that the Obama administration imposed in response to the incident on the Northwest flight, with big carriers reporting delays on inbound U.S. flights because of more airport screening.

I believe the author meant to write: “Airlines chafed at security restrictions…”

“Chaffed” means “joked light-heartedly”

You’re right: GBU Editor

Passenger buses are seen near Northwest flight 253 on the tarmac at Detroit Metro Airport in Romulus, Michigan December 27, 2009.  REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
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