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And this phenomenon, deserving justly to be classed amongst the marvels of science, induced in Mr Verloc an emotional state of dread and exasperation tending to express itself in violent swearing.
At which juncture, he exclaimed, in a voice of dire exasperation:
It happened that Dunstan, a short time before, having had to get down to arrange his stirrup, had muttered a good many curses at this interruption, which had thrown him in the rear of the hunt near the moment of glory, and under this exasperation had taken the fences more blindly.
He devel- oped the acute exasperation of a pestered animal, a well-meaning cow worried by dogs.
"The remarks of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte about the Commission on Audit (COA) were expressions of his exasperation and vexation against its application of stringent rules that delays government projects, made in playful jest as his usual hyperbolic style," he said.
To this, the top judge expressed exasperation while remarking that did he [Aitzaz] want him [CJP] to leave for UK after making a compromise.
On the other hand, leaders of Pakistan Muslim League Quaid (PML-Q) have expressed exasperation over issue of Punjab Chief Minister (CM).
Roque said that Duterte expressed exasperation over the continuing corruption in the administration in Monday's Cabinet meeting.
Expressing exasperation, Justice Gulzar Ahamd ordered Chaudhry to present witnesses and evidences till June 24 and inquired whether he would defend himself in case.
This indicates Sunni voters are losing faith in his party amid a stagnant economy and general exasperation over the civil war in neighbouring Syria, which has brought a million refugees to Lebanon.
The Umno leader commonly called Ku Nan expressed exasperation at the trio's attacks against the party, saying he did not know what they truly wanted.
09 (ANI): Responding to Saturday's chemical attacks in Douma, a rebel-controlled town in Syria's Eastern Ghouta, United States President Donald Trump took to Twitter to vent out his exasperation over the attacks, criticising the Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran for backing 'Animal Assad'.