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  • s  so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness
    what an irksome task the writing of long letters is"- Edmund Burke

  • When India's Prime Minister Indira Gandhi decided to dispense with the irksome processes of democracy and arrogate all power to herself in June, she was able to take a few cues .
  • He urged China's President Hu Jintao last week to rein in his irksome neighbor.
  • The criticisms of the plan are legion, but one irksome feature is that the banks that made the worst mistakes are in line to get the most help, providing little incentive for .

  • Frank Sartor in Camden Advertiser
    This is more irksome for me than it is for anyone else out there - I can assure you,Mr Sartor told ABC Radio. "It gets in the way of me doing my job properly and, quite frankly, I'm a little bit fed up with it."
  • Tomas Rosicky in SkySports
    It is pretty irksome,Rosicky said on his official website. "There is nothing I can do but wait and hope that the injury goes away."
  • Jon Wefald in Topeka Capital Journal
    I would say in the last year or two that the disagreements became more frequent and a little bit more irksome,Wefald said. "You know what I'm saying? A little more irksome. I'm saying, 'I think this is what's best for K-State,' and I think...

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