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ig za spuh ray ting

  • v  exasperate or irritate
  • v  make furious
  • v  make worse
  • s  extremely annoying or displeasing
    his cavelier curtness of manner was exasperating
    I've had an exasperating day
  • s  making worse

  • Sedaris is still contending with the memory of his eccentric parents, with his trying siblings, with his sometimes exasperating but much needed boyfriend.
  • Can hormones changes in the brain explain the behaviors that make adolescence so excitingand so exasperating? 7 Rules for Parents Temple University psychology professor Laurence .
  • Acting largely on their own, sometimes impressing the other staff and members of the committee and sometimes exasperating them, the investigators crisscrossed the country .
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  • Disappearance of Susan Powell
    Take preventive measures The media’s periodic tidbits of information on the Susan Powell disappearance make this case even more exasperating [“Diary reveals Susan Powell’s growing fears,” NWMonday, May 27]. What bothers me is that everybody seems more concerned about finding
    June 9, 2013 - Seattle Times
  • Why NBA Needs to Address the Pace of Games
    At times, NBA games can be hard to watch. In every game, ridiculously bizarre situations occur, turning five minutes of game time into 20 of the longest, most exasperating minutes of your night. In order to preserve the reputation of the game, it is vital that the league addresses the pace of the contests. By way of theatrics from officials, coaches and players, the lethargic flow of games is ...
    June 8, 2013 - Bleacher Report

  • David Mundell in Independent
    Mr Mundell said: "Many people, myself included, have tried to pay with Scottish banknotes in England, only to find them questioned. This is exasperating. It's time to end the confusion that exists among businesses in England about the status of...
  • Harry Reid in Dallas Morning News
    Compromise can be frustrating, it can be exasperating, and it can be maddening,said Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. "But at the end of the day, compromise can lead to progress - and that is exactly what we have today."

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