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Images of crowded bars and boardwalks exasperated public health officials as the virus crept from populated metro centers to beach towns, infecting visitors who then took it back to their communities.
900,000 INFECTED. NEARLY 15,000 DEAD. HOW THE CORONAVIRUS TORE THROUGH D.C., MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA.REBECCA TAN, ANTONIO OLIVO, JOHN D. HARDENFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
My failure to accomplish the desired result is grievously exasperating, and I feel deeply humiliated.
PRISON MEMOIRS OF AN ANARCHISTALEXANDER BERKMAN
Several circumstances at this time combined to make this escape peculiarly exasperating to the Confederates.
FAMOUS ADVENTURES AND PRISON ESCAPES OF THE CIVIL WARVARIOUS
My pampered pet is an exasperating little sneak that cannot be trusted for a minute.
THE RED COW AND HER FRIENDSPETER MCARTHUR
They kept trotting about in circles, and avoided the warriors with a persistency that must have been exasperating to them.
THE YOUNG RANCHERSEDWARD S. ELLIS
What a tremendous jar that would give Bland's exasperating complacency.
THE HIDDEN PLACESBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
She was back at fifteen—a particularly exasperating child of fifteen.
TRISTRAM OF BLENTANTHONY HOPE
"What you wanted to tell me," he said with exasperating suavity.
THE DEVILJOSEPH O'BRIEN
A new and exasperating thought came into his feverish consciousness.
THE THREE PARTNERSBRET HARTE
One of these taunting expressions is “Kitho karishtiditore,” which is a most exasperating saying.
PRAIRIE SMOKE (SECOND EDITION, REVISED)MELVIN RANDOLPH GILMORE

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