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This recycled gossip is tiresome, but what’s most irritating about “A Bright Ray of Darkness” is that it’s really good.
Many people find it difficult to create a seal with traditional cups, and the stem on them is irritating.
All the effort was aimed at making the banners less irritating.
At times, this relentlessness can make The Life You Can Save irritating.
So, try your best not to get angry with them, no matter how irritating they can be.
The nasty scandal at the Pandemonium had been particularly irritating to Haggard personally.
Their boasted successes, the crowding of colonies, schemes of settlement and development,—all were disagreeable and irritating.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
If irritating to the skin, these lotions can be made weaker, or less frequently applied than might otherwise be necessary.
It took him some moments to recognize them as the irritating rustling of his silken dress.
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
The prince said nothing, but the smile that played upon his thin lips was a sufficient and most irritating answer.

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