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Once Kevin Durant comes back from a bothersome hamstring injury, the Nets will be poised for conference domination.
Maryland’s start to the second half, senior guard Darryl Morsell said, was more bothersome than the game’s opening minutes.
Without these bothersome hornets, the bees added just a few dung spots.
The usual signs of danger, and rewards for following potentially bothersome rules, are thrown off by a virus that is spread easily by people who don’t know they have it, Slovic said.
It was far more bothersome when people I didn’t know would refer to me as “big man.”
It is evident that the irrationality of frequent appeals to expensive and bothersome litigation should arouse suspicion.
This he tries several times, but with the same result, that bothersome stick is always hanging to his neck.
DEADFALLS AND SNARESA. R. (ARTHUR ROBERT) HARDING
A flat kite like this always needs a tail, and the most bothersome tail ever made is that familiar kind made of paper and string.
I realized that it was a bothersome moral responsibility—placing the lives of others (even if janitors) in jeopardy.
TURNS ABOUT TOWNROBERT CORTES HOLLIDAY
I jumped up from the balcony on to a stone ledge, and then by good luck right into the bedroom of that bothersome young lady.

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