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And, of course, they had this irritating habit of beating the snot out of the Dodgers every World Series.
Nicola Clark, from Marketing magazine, said: "To be irritating is to be memorable and therefore the ads are effective.
And then we'll be able to prove just how irritating we can be
The more powerful vacuums can remove up to 99 percent of irritating particles.
Two of my co-presenters worked themselves up to near-apoplexy about lateness while I found it highly irritating that it bothered them at all.
After natural disasters, such as earthquakes or tornadoes, children may first withdraw and then develop mannerisms that can be irritating.
Some complaints to the ASA are about how irritating the ad is.
His laugh may be irritating, but he's not an irritating person.
It might be irritating to some but the ban on using mobile phones while your driving is right and it will save lives.
In general, ``the more irritating the enhancer is, the better it works,'' he said.
The Bargain Hunt host famous for his flashy suits and catchphrases like ``cheap as chips'' was voted the most irritating man on telly.
Sinusol is the safe and natural alternative to over the counter nasal sprays and saline products that contain irritating preservatives and additives.