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That infuriates her, she said, because it downplays what is happening.
THE CDC ONLY TRACKS A FRACTION OF BREAKTHROUGH COVID-19 INFECTIONS, EVEN AS CASES SURGEBY JENNY DEAM AND BIANCA FORTISAUGUST 20, 2021PROPUBLICA
The difference between Maine and New York City is an elections board that has infuriated candidates for years.
THE TRAILER: REFORMERS HAD HIGH HOPES FOR NEW YORK'S ELECTION. THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS DIDN'T HELP.DAVID WEIGELJULY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Static ads that fill a page or videos that slow down performance will infuriate users and lead to a high bounce rate.
DESIGN SYSTEMS AND SEO: DOES IT HELP OR HINDER SERP ACHIEVEMENTS?JOE DAWSONJUNE 22, 2021SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
That’s when she put out her most sugary pop record, an album so slick that it both blasted up the charts and infuriated the indie rock kids who had once worshiped her.
LIZ PHAIR IS BACK, AND SHE’S SETTING THE RECORD — AND THE RECORD BUSINESS — STRAIGHTGEOFF EDGERSMAY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Roberts’s status as a key swing vote was solidified by the 2012 decision he wrote upholding the Affordable Care Act’s constitutionality, in which the individual care mandate was preserved as a tax, a decision that infuriated conservatives.
CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN ROBERTS: FROM KEY SWING VOTE TO POTENTIAL BYSTANDER?PETER STEVENSONMAY 20, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It was 1936, and a coalition of progressive groups had just swept the national elections, infuriating the Spanish right-wing.
MY FATHER FLED FASCISM IN SPAIN—AND TAUGHT ME HOW LIES CAN DESTROY A DEMOCRACYSEBASTIAN JUNGERMAY 19, 2021TIME
Which is why the new privacy features are infuriating advertisers, app makers and some of Apple’s biggest Silicon Valley neighbors.
YOUR IPHONE’S NEXT SOFTWARE UPDATE AIMS TO FOIL APP TRACKERS AND DIGITAL ADVERTISERS. HERE’S HOWPATRICK LUCAS AUSTINAPRIL 13, 2021TIME
Manchin has carved out a space for himself as the most moderate Democrat in the Senate, occasionally infuriating those in his party who see him as stopping their agenda cold.
THE FILIBUSTER, EXPLAINEDPETER STEVENSONAPRIL 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
She has infuriated partisans of both teams with her rulings, but her calls have mostly been seen as rational and justified.
WHY THE DEMOCRATS' INFRASTRUCTURE BILL HINGES ON ONE RULINGPHILIP ELLIOTTAPRIL 5, 2021TIME
Dozens of GOP-led state legislatures have proposed similar voting restrictions, infuriating Democrats and voting rights activists.
CIVIL RIGHTS GROUPS SUE GEORGIA OVER NEW LAW RESTRICTING VOTING ACCESSAXIOSMARCH 26, 2021AXIOS
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WORDS RELATED TO INFURIATE

  • do disservices to
  • expects
  • hurts
  • infuriates
  • loses
  • necessitates
  • obligates
  • requires
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