These types of activities have greatly irked
He also appeared irked
by the differences in commission rates set by dealers.
The incident got him irked
, prompting him to go to his car and get his service firearm.
Asked about his break with convention, Johnston explained that, although irked
by an absence of pounds when it comes to prize-money, he is also now irked
by an increase of pounds when it comes to his belly.
The source added: "He played it down in his usual professional manner - but you could still tell he was a bit irked
by what she'd said."
Flagstone has proposed that the payment eventually get credited as construction rent once the project gets underway, a move that irked
Miami City Commissioner Frank Carollo.
Bulgaria, which irked
Belgrade in 2008 by recognising Kosovo as independent--leading Serbia to withdraw its ambassador from Sofi a for several months--spoke in support of Kosovo at a hearing on December 4 2009.
This is not the first time Western pop diva's have irked
Tamang's report, which said the Ishrat Jahan encounter was fake, had irked
the Gujarat High Court.
Morales and Hugo Chavez of Venezuela have irked
Shazia, from Birmingham, was irked
when an elderly man started snoring during her show at the Edinburgh Festival.
Examples - children who abandon articles of clothing on football pitches 'irk' their mothers; mothers are 'irked
' at discovery of half-eaten jelly beans on car seats.'