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I don't know whether Leslie'll want to be bothered with him, either, but there's no one else.
If you can't be bothered to vote, don't bother to complain.
HOT AND BOTHERED Dont Bother Me ran a fine race at Haydock last time and is fancied to go well in the Victoria Cup
In a nationally representative survey, Consumer Reports asked Americans to rate 16 complaints that might bug them on a scale of 1-to-10, with 1 meaning "you are not bothered at all" and 10 meaning "you are bothered tremendously.
Yet only 5000 people from Huddersfield could be bothered to attend
May I ask why, if the victims of alleged crimes can't be bothered to report them, anyone else needs to feel bothered on their behalf?
I just want to stay in the league - I'm not bothered about the fact that I never won a home game in the Premier League at Sunderland, I'm not bothered about any stats.
First of all, none of your miserable relatives can be bothered to give you a proper send-off.
TORONTO -- About 40% of epilepsy patients are bothered by side effects of their antiepileptic drugs, based on data from a survey of adults with epilepsy.
Patients taking two or more AEDs were significantly more likely to be bothered by side effects, compared with those taking one, the researchers reported.
ATHENS, May 15, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would not be bothered if the Greek Orthodox patriarch in Istanbul was called by the title "ecumenic".
Katherine also said that she had never bothered faking an orgasm to please a partner.