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Beyonce, who will perform in the UAE capital of Abu Dhabi on Thursday, has also irked conservatives in Malaysia, where she is due to perform in November.
He was criticizing Burger even before officially taking office in January, irked at Bulger's refusal to testify about his brother's alleged criminal ties, which are under FBI investigation.
General readers of this book may be irked to discover that it contains only the first tentative results from what is likely to be a rich vein of information yielding several volumes.
What probably irked the management most was that I said that "I have been tolerant of all diverse groups to a great degree, helping to train and assist all other disadvantaged groups, no matter if they are affirmative action, gay rights, or feminists.
However, Barbaro would have been irked, as were all the humanists who treated ancient institutions (Petrarch, Biondo, Du Choul), by the idolatrous intent of classical poetry and by the medieval-like interpretation of the ancien t myths conveyed by Bartolomeo.
Nevertheless, the Bush team was clearly irked to learn about the secret lobbying project.
That potential outcome irked Congress and the president so much that they passed legislation preventing the vote from being counted and certified.
Meanwhile, Mayor Rudy Giuliani ended up irked, which is not something you want when you are actually trying to do good things for the city at other sites.
This has irked many Europeans, and many Americans too.
Miller was already irked with BUD over a series of recent "Frank and Louie" commercials referring to Miller Lite as the "Queen of Carbs" and decrying the firm's South-African ownership.
Summary: Mathura (Uttar Pradesh) [India], September 17 (ANI): The questions by the media over the issue of toll fee irked the Bharatiya Janata Party's Uttar Pradesh unit President Mahendra Nath Pandey.
LAHORE -- Illegal kept pet dogs in certain houses at Falcon Complex, Gulberg-III, irked residents forcing them to spend nights sleepless and days in agony.