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It is very annoying, for I do not see how I am to shave, unless in my watch-case or the bottom of the shaving pot, which is fortunately of metal.
Most annoying circumstances have brought you into the presence of a man who has broken all the ties of humanity.
Passports are only good for annoying honest folks, and aiding in the flight of rogues.
It occurred to me that I was perhaps annoying them, and I turned my attention to the island we were approaching.
That again would not matter, but what is annoying is that he would be sure to find followers--such is the nature of man.
Then, in a suppressed tone, as if speaking to himself, "This is annoying," continued he.
I should doubtless, find on my return my temporary retirement in a state of great disorder, which would be exceedingly annoying, not for the loss it occasioned me, but because I should not have the certainty I now possess of separating myself from all the rest of mankind at pleasure.
He was beginning to ask full explanation of that breaking in on his sleep, which was very annoying to him, when D'Artagnan, instead of explaining, closed his mouth with his hand.
IF the meekness and long-suffering of the Pierced-noses grieved the spirit of Captain Bonneville, there was another individual in the camp to whom they were still more annoying.
But the most annoying hindrance we encountered was from a multitude of crooked boughs, which, shooting out almost horizontally from the sides of the chasm, twisted themselves together in fantastic masses almost to the surface of the stream, affording us no passage except under the low arches which they formed.
He gave another look up to the house, turned his horse's head, and set off like a man who has nothing either annoying or embarrassing in his mind.
And then Tommy is so annoying in the way he proposes.