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Bloomfield had the sense to be shocked and annoyed at all this, but she had not sense to prevent it: she expected me to prevent it.
If we see him to-day, and if he annoys me any more, I must trouble you to speak to him.
Something in the shape of the lady's face, something in the expression of her dark eyes, reminded Magdalen of the merchant-captain whose uncontrolled admiration had annoyed her on the previous evening.
Teresa was very much annoyed, and left the table before the cheese, saying as she did so: 'There, Miss Lavish, is one who can confute you better than I,' and pointed to that beautiful picture of Lord Tennyson.
"Because we have very important matters to communicate to one another, and it was impossible to talk five minutes in that inn without being annoyed by all those importunate fellows, who keep coming in, saluting you, and addressing you.
Long live stapled newspapersOn the issue of clamped newspapers, I support your marketers ("Newspapers clamped with staples inconvenience and annoy readers", Daily Nation, August 16, 2019).
Mohd Fahmi Reza, 41, was charged with improper use of the network facilities by knowingly creating communication that was offensive with an intention to annoy other people through his Facebook account, 'Fahmi Reza' on February 8, 2016.
"They get sent the press releases and if they listen to the music they would know it is not country and that kind of does annoy me but that's part and parcel with the job."
Such calls annoy the public and we should have to find solutions," Bin Gulaita said during a workshop of property sector representatives organised by Dubai police.
She said she repeatedly asked him to stop it and not to annoy her anymore but he kept on calling and sending messages.
IT''S the small things in life that can amuse and annoy.