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Each time the postal service does something to infuriate the general public, which is fairly often, it encourages business to reevaluate, to look for a more dependable, less expensive, and faster type of communication," says Steve Bonneau, president of Denver-based Infaxamation, an enhanced fax/data service bureau.
Paine's movie manages to entertain and infuriate, sometimes simultaneously, as he investigates the reasons why a U.
Today's revelation of where the money goes will infuriate all motorists, whether they support or oppose the speed traps.
Holed up in Amanda's Paris flat after both have ditched their current spouses in Deauville, the two drink, canoodle, sing, infuriate each other, overturn furniture and restart the cycle.
This book will infuriate Bush supporters and frustrate and depress environmentalists.
What all these policies have in common is not only that they infuriate defenders of the status quo, but that they also put the needs of our children first.
Herding people from one area to another will never solve the problem and it should infuriate our neighbors.
There are a multiplicity of issues that absolutely infuriate me,'' said Zine, who plans to send a letter to Ivy Academia parents today apprising them of the situation.
Not only did Al-Jazeera infuriate and offend American officials with its coverage, it irritated Iraqi leaders (the ones that could be located, at least) to the point that they almost ejected Al-Jazeera reporters from the country, just as they had CNN's from Baghdad.
VALENCIA - Want to know how to infuriate a team that prides itself on defense?
Today, she and Buchanan infuriate many by saying states should be able to fly the Confederate flag over their capitols, a symbol many say trivializes the horrors of Southern slavery.