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Irritating numa frase em (in ingles)

1. Irritating, but no big deal.
2. The girls found him irritating.
3. It was irritating to watch a.
4. He was irritating me, she.
5. Christ, she can be really irritating.
6. They already find you too irritating.
7. He could be so irritating sometimes!.

8. Its novelty made it the more irritating.
9. Ugh,that photographer was so irritating.
10. As irritating as she was, he wanted her.
11. She was an irritating, narrow-minded….
12. It was irritating, but it could be dealt.
13. She found this very irritating – it was.
14. He didn’t need an irritating little sister.
15. Yes, a man, he could bully into irritating him.
16. That is such a pat and irritating phrase, but.
17. It’s irritating when you find out he’s right.
18. He was irritating as nothing was going beyond it.
19. Theoton wouldn’t have risked irritating her by.
20. The pollen in the air must have been irritating me.
21. One irritating thing about the helmet debate that.
22. Through the boggy valley the insects were irritating.
23. It's a very irritating manly habit that … men have.
24. It was a shame she spoiled it by being so irritating.
25. The thick smoke caused by the torches was irritating.
26. And now this irritating gull was waiting for an answer.
27. Even if he can be irritating at times with his teasing.
28. No, but this exaggeration of yours is very irritating.
29. In this test, irritating substances are placed into the.
30. He thought they were stupid, inconsequential, irritating.
31. Their irritating whine threatened to reveal his position.
32. They argued that there was no sense in irritating a giant.
33. It was obvious Hast was irritating Ben, so Lyil intervened.
34. You can be an irritating as well as a comforting friend.
35. Do you accept the charges? the irritating voice repeated.
36. Be aware of and avoid any repetitive and irritating gestures.
37. Even the muted light of the red sun she found very irritating.
38. There was a most irritating end to every one of these debates.
39. There are skin ailments less irritating than that fool!’ To.
40. It was now becoming quite irritating; rejection after rejection.
41. The movie ended and the silence in the castle became irritating.
42. But the statement was just too irritating for Lezura to ignore.
43. She noticed that he had this irritating mannerism of smelling.
44. It was the trait she found most irritating in her elder sibling.
45. Movie and TV depictions of 12 step meetings are very irritating.
46. I told her about Ish's irritating habit of giving discounts to.
47. It was irritating that I would have to explain myself right now.
48. Itchy nipples can be, more than anything else, really irritating.
49. He keeps mentioning his age, which is starting to get irritating.
50. Julian was irritating her with all his hints but no decisive words.
51. It was kind of irritating how neat and in control he always looked.
52. She made me irritating when she started asking my hands for his son.
53. He couldn't help but find it irritating when the two of them were.
54. These goddamn commuters were unbelievably aggressive and irritating.
55. Most irritating was the notion that, she was subconsciously pleased.
56. Even though being positive is cliché and kind of irritating, it is.
57. Theodorous, he thought, easily recognizing the man's irritating voice.
58. It’s also quite irritating to have to explain why—and here’s why.
59. I’m starting to build up a pile of cash there now which is irritating.
60. The loud and incessant banging upon the wall was becoming very irritating.
61. I shouted at Arnav coz he was irritating me and I was already frustrated.
62. That’s rather irritating, he thought slowly, letting out another growl.
63. I wanted to shout to Trishatov, but I was afraid of irritating the madman.
64. Alternatively, there may be something that is bothering or irritating you.
65. He was a sort of almost irritating ubiquity; no halt was possible with him.
66. The name seemed to have evoked certain most irritating thoughts in his mind.
67. It was irritating, to say the least, because most of that time, when he was.
68. Everyone has strengths and weaknesses, he said with irritating modesty.
69. It acts neither in an ennobling nor a debasing way, but in an irritating way.
70. Izzy’s mom had this irritating, but funny way of adjusting Izzy’s clothing.
71. I think the constant drone of it will be less irritating than plucking it was.
72. Rhodesians were an irritating thorn in Britain’s relations with all the new.
73. There’s something innately irritating to be told we should be doing something.
74. This may come as a nagging, irritating voice telling you to do the right thing.
75. Usnea also contains mucilage, which may be helpful in easing irritating coughs.
76. You wouldn’t believe, he concluded, how irritating they all are there.
77. This irritating someone came in the form of Hunter’s best friend, James Bennett.
78. He spied a particularly irritating slab of cement that was close to the bank and.
79. Hunter gritted his teeth against the whole irritating stereotype of the situation.
80. With an irritating show of deliberation he lit a fresh cigarette before setting out.
81. You are the most irritating mortal who has ever lived!!! the Sylvan god raged.
82. In fact they found both the sun and the moon rather irritating because of the heat.
83. I resolved to try even harder to ignore the behaviors that were so irritating for me.
84. Paul turned away with a slight disdainful movement of the shoulders, very irritating.
85. Then he’d go into his fake voice, made up unknown tongue and irritating squinting.
86. She hated the stupid Limey, the most irritating and obnoxious jerk of the whole bunch.
87. A nice Bentley would be practical y incapable of emitting such a foul and irritating.
88. I explained that the dust was unusually thick that day, and irritating my eyes a bit.
89. Some colours are soothing and pleasing, while others are very annoying and irritating.
90. I foresaw this pause, and her entrance altogether made an irritating impression on me.
91. This fly was even more irritating than the other one, so he grumpily decided to get up.
92. After the irritating discussion with his brother, he pondered over this intention again.
93. I still had the irritating noise of the helicopter’s propellers roaring inside my head.
94. The devotion of Mair, which had been a pleasant romantic diversion, now became irritating.
95. The prince followed quietly, making no further objection for fear of irritating the old man.
96. I couldn’t get Emerson off my mind, which I found irritating and completely unproductive.
97. She didn’t wait for an answer; instead, she continued to babble on in her irritating voice.
98. Far too many people, young and old, use it in my view and it has become personally irritating.
99. At the end of this period, you will have tidied up two irritating jobs which have been bugging.
100. Rock dust, gritty and irritating, swirled around him, got in his eyes, his mouth, and his nose.
1. Why was he doubly irritated?
2. He was highly irritated and.
3. He'd irritated her on purpose.
4. I was very irritated with him.
5. And the threat irritated Carl.
6. Val shot her an irritated look.
7. But that also irritated Danny.
8. The horse was getting irritated.
9. Yet the stillness irritated her.
10. He was obviously very irritated.
11. Impatient and irritated by the.
12. She sounds irritated and on edge.
13. That had irritated her the most.
14. Sam was starting to get irritated.
15. How much it irritated her mother.
16. Come in, he said, irritated.
17. He was irritated with himself as.
18. Now she may get irritated but no.
19. Cristian stared at her, irritated.
20. No wonder I was getting irritated.
21. Suddenly, I sort of got irritated.
22. Zoleka gave him an irritated look.
23. This piece of news irritated Levin.
24. Smith was starting to get irritated.
25. She was a little irritated by the.
26. The dog irritated him some of the.
27. You're cute when you're irritated.
28. Then out, she said, irritated.
29. Doyle scratched his head, irritated.
30. He had been irritated by a rather.
31. She looked mildly irritated by this.
32. Irritated, he snapped the book shut.
33. I was getting mildly irritated myself.
34. Ignorant people really irritated him.
35. Nothing irritated him quite as much.
36. Emily looked around the room, irritated.
37. This time Allison was getting irritated.
38. Whitfield, I said, hugely irritated.
39. No, we are not she said irritated.
40. Irritated, checking no one was paying.
41. Miles looked both pleased and irritated.
42. My coolness only irritated him the more.
43. Nero waved a hand in an irritated manner.
44. And what Ember? he asked irritated.
45. He sighed, irritated by her stubbornness.
46. What about it? he asked, irritated.
47. What else could he say? He felt irritated.
48. The guy was faster when he was irritated.
49. Irritated, she threw down the ice-cream.
50. He looked irritated as he shook his head.
51. Yes, Greg mumbled, a bit irritated.
52. I was irritated but managed to stay still.
53. Strongly irritated, she left his quarters.
54. Fine, Cristian said, a bit irritated.
55. Her concern for the Carnival irritated him.
56. Jinkai Tahah laid an irritated stare on him.
57. He stares at her a moment, beyond irritated.
58. She looked puzzled and irritated in equal.
59. Jean was starting to get irritated by her.
60. It irritated her how he bowed before leaving.
61. Pedro! She stomped her foot irritated.
62. His letters for the most part irritated her.
63. Anything else? Her voice was irritated.
64. This remonstrance only irritated him the more.
65. Strike two, she said, clearly irritated.
66. Don’t remind me eh, I said, irritated.
67. He was partly irritated and partly mystified.
68. When can I talk to you? Don was irritated.
69. Irritated throat (with liquid or syrup forms).
70. From irritated, Ingrid then became plain angry.
71. Lowe scowled at the priest, becoming irritated.
72. She has a headache, Trox said, irritated.
73. Seemed a bit harsh, Trox said, irritated.
74. She was immediately irritated at his rudeness.
75. Henry rolled his eyes, irritated and anguished.
76. But she did not go away, and that irritated me.
77. Things that irritated her a few days ago were.
78. He raised his head and said slightly irritated.
79. My mother got irritated; she was angry with me.
80. Now she was irritated and said, Why not?
81. Lucy! the woman said with an irritated voice.
82. I'll get the masks, Damon said, irritated.
83. All this irritated Katerina Ivanovna intensely.
84. Wynne looked at the slave, who looked irritated.
85. When did he get here? she asked, irritated.
86. I was irritated beyond endurance apart from him.
87. Godwyn had to take care not to become irritated.
88. This latter circumstance irritated me sometimes.
89. I saw him, however, one day seriously irritated.
90. Strand was really irritated at this point, Dr.
91. Irritated, she started to say, ‘What is…’.
92. Now I realized it was more of an irritated bleat.
93. At first he was irritated – but then he smiled.
94. The old folks are not irritated by crying babies.
95. He stood there reluctantly confused and irritated.
96. That’s it? he demanded somewhat irritated.
97. She became irritated when she heard his voicemail.
98. She looked irritated again but she hid it quickly.
99. They looked a little dubious, which irritated him.
100. He speaks to the receptionist in an irritated tone.
1. It irritates me.
2. That really irritates me.
3. And irritates the appetite.
4. For some reason it irritates him.
5. But nothing irritates customers more than.
6. And that is why it irritates the shit out of me.
7. Nothing irritates the convicts so much as such abuses.
8. Coughing irritates the airway, though, so it's going to make it.
9. Nothing irritates a man more than a nagging or interfering girlfriend.
10. Obviously the Rescue Team Members knows this and it irritates them to no end.
11. Pepper irritates the skin causing it to release histamines in the areas of application.
12. The reflux cause irritates the throat and dries out the saliva which then becomes phlegm.
13. This irritates the Prophet, and he shies away from you, but God does not shy away from the truth.
14. By taking medications for the gastro esophageal reflux the cough is cured because the reflux no longer irritates the throat.
15. My wife has done no great wrong; she is a good woman, but she irritates me by the manner in which she picks on me in public, and I lose my temper.
16. And here is what I had begun writing, thinking I could say it better by letter, and that my presence irritates her,’ he said, as he gave him the letter.
17. When comparisons are made between the recession that began in 2008 and the Great Depression, it not only irritates me, but it is truly a disservice to unknowing Americans.
18. These four legends express the four stages descended by the drunkard; the first, intoxication, which enlivens; the second, that which irritates; the third, that which dulls; and the fourth, that which brutalizes.
19. Some person or thing seemed to be standing out somewhere, just as something will sometimes obtrude itself upon the eye, and though one may be so busy with work or conversation that for a long time one does not notice it, yet it irritates and almost torments one till at last one realizes, and removes the offending object, often quite a trifling and ridiculous one—some article left about in the wrong place, a handkerchief on the floor, a book not replaced on the shelf, and so on.

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1. Even if they irritate you.
2. The question seemed to irritate her.
3. Riker was beginning to irritate him.
4. Yes, I can see how it would irritate you.
5. It was a weak joke and it did irritate him.
6. Where he had managed to irritate and annoy Ta-.
7. I’ve learned that it tends to irritate people.
8. The blow seemed to do little more than irritate him.
9. This did irritate her but she didn't open her mouth.
10. With a sigh he knew would irritate, his son complied.
11. He needed someone to irritate him enough not to care.
12. But there was something else; I wanted to irritate the.
13. The situation was beginning to irritate him and he felt.
14. Here's a song that is sure to irritate PSIA (Professional.
15. This seemed to perplex and irritate the other mercenaries.
16. As I got older, it began to really irritate him, which he.
17. Few things irritate the hacker mind more than inefficiency.
18. They should talk in a friendly tone and not irritate each other.
19. Yes, Emílio, but what I asked was not meant to irritate you! I.
20. Some of the acts that may irritate the interviewer could include:.
21. Because the slightest show of emotion could irritate their masters.
22. I was so relieved in the morning that Arnav will not irritate me anymore.
23. The creepiness went on and on and began to irritate John to no small degree.
24. So, he’s the boss of you? My smile seemed to irritate Simon further.
25. But the ONLY part I’m happy about is that Arnav will not irritate me again.
26. The mucus discharge can irritate the skin around the anus and lead to itching.
27. Colours that irritate clash in vibrations with those of the receptive subject.
28. What truth has come out this week? Listen, Praskovya Ivanovna, don't irritate me.
29. She knew that her going in during the night at an unusual hour would irritate him.
30. He was looking down at the water with such intent it was beginning to irritate her.
31. In addition, these drugs tend to irritate the stomach and cause discomfort and pain.
32. To taunt himself and so to irritate his wounds was, at this time, a great satisfaction to Mr.
33. Sometimes women should consider avoiding extremely hot water as it can irritate the skin further.
34. To my surprise, and due to the plantain fluid I had in my eyes, the "pazote" did not irritate me.
35. You are saying this to irritate me, and as crudely and as openly as though I were a boy of sixteen.
36. Inhaled smoke can irritate the throat causing it to contract in a sudden spasm, closing the airway.
37. It is impossible that this should exercise no influence upon him, and not irritate his brutal instincts.
38. None of them accepted, and in fact, expressed their pleasure at the opportunity to irritate the Russians.
39. The fluctuating levels of these hormones can really irritate the acne nearly all teens are prone to suffer.
40. Still dubious, though not anxious to irritate a man working directly for the President, the Army General nodded.
41. When he thought about it, which was increasingly often, he was pleased to have only one parent to irritate him.
42. He saw later that almost every word of the following conversation seemed to touch on some sore place and irritate it.
43. Iodine has the potential to irritate the pores and can enter the blood system through milk supplies containing iodine.
44. And I thank you for this experience, but this coating of ash upon me is starting to irritate me, and I yearn to bathe.
45. But the strong movements only managed to irritate my skin and do not achieve in any way that the ring moved a centimeter.
46. Can’t you read the signs? the whiny voice was already starting to irritate Smith, Dogs must be on a lead at all times.
47. With a magnifying glass you can see them as hooks rather than straight hairs and they will irritate the mouth and digestive tract.
48. It’s such clunky, unnatural language and the potential to confuse, irritate and bore the audience (written/verbal = the same) is HUGE.
49. Petersburg who has no means of escaping to the country for the summer, all contributed to irritate the young man's already excited nerves.
50. This is because, this practice can sometimes irritate your scalp, which can result to certain issues, which can prevent proper hair growth.
51. It struck me that she wanted for some reason to irritate me, to set me against somebody (I knew of course against whom); yet I fell in with it.
52. And while it had served them well during the war and on other occasions, his persistence for details was beginning to irritate his current companion.
53. Am I to understand that you only agreed with her from compassion for her invalid state, because you didn't want to irritate her by contradiction?
54. It was a small estate that brought in no profit, replied Prince Andrew, trying to extenuate his action so as not to irritate the old man uselessly.
55. Nick Spane, and the dimensions of her new office? Would her deferment scheme please Andy, or irritate him? She wasn’t sure, but Andy had a thick skin.
56. They were silver-blue in color, button shaped with a dome shaped top and covered in a soft cotton-like fabric so as to not irritate the inside of the ear.
57. This system also unsubscribes the customer from an autoresponder series once the customer has bought the suggested item so you don’t irritate your buyers.
58. Carpet is very hard to clean and the fibers inside the carpet hold onto mites, dusts, pollen, dander and other particles that could irritate allergy sufferers.
59. He had lost the services of Mandy, Janice wasn’t so keen on screwing any more, and recent rumblings of mutiny from Nigel and Ernest were beginning to irritate.
60. Moreover, you don’t want to irritate your neighbors by having a flood of customers visit your home, making a lot of noise, or storing materials in public view.
61. My mind was focused on the message from Evan Monroe, wondering if it was too late to call him back and if my returning that call would irritate my husband even more.
62. To harass is to “disturb or irritate persistently”—to “wear out, exhaust, enervate by repeated attacks”—and comes from the Old French for “to set a dog on”.
63. When we quarrelled, I usually held my tongue and did not irritate her and that gentlemanly conduct rarely failed to attain its object, it influenced her, it pleased her, indeed.
64. This legitimate peculiarity of each individual which used to excite and irritate Pierre now became a basis of the sympathy he felt for, and the interest he took in, other people.
65. Lizabetha Prokofievna went off in a direction exactly contrary to the usual one, and all understood very well what she was driving at, but held their peace, fearing to irritate the good lady.
66. To attempt to terrify them, serves only to irritate their bad humour, and to confirm them in an opposition, which more gentle usage, perhaps, might easily induce them either to soften, or to lay aside altogether.
67. She gave advice, advice too sound to be resisted by a good understanding, and given so mildly and considerately as not to irritate an imperfect temper, and she had the happiness of observing its good effects not unfrequently.
68. If peace be the first object, every act which can irritate the maritime States ought to be avoided, because the prevailing disposition of these will generally be sufficient to keep the Government from hazarding any hostile measures.
69. And a _Geheimrath_, if he lives long enough and doesn't irritate anybody in authority, becomes ultimately that impressive and glorious being a _Wirklicher Geheimrath_--implying that before he was only in fun--_mit dem Prädikat Excellenz_.
70. He was quick-tempered, cursing and waving his fist in the air every time he saw brake lights on a car in front of him, especially a cherry red Camaro that reduced its speed by at least ten miles per hour to purposely irritate Mikey even further.
71. Why was not Miss Crawford to be applied to as well? Or why had not she rather gone to her own room, as she had felt to be safest, instead of attending the rehearsal at all? She had known it would irritate and distress her; she had known it her duty to keep away.
72. If she is compelled to leave her home, she must walk slowly and not strike the ground heavily with her feet lest her body should shake, and the indications of her youth should appear, which would irritate the sexual instinct and awaken the dormant yearnings in men.
73. Hello! and then walking away laughing, instead of allowing this to irritate me, I trained myself (easier said than done) to think that the person was not doing it with the purpose of annoying me, but was simply eager to take advantage of a rare opportunity to practice.
74. To bring about a separation of the States, under distinct and independent governments, is an affair of more uncertainty, and, however desirable, cannot be effected but by a series of acts and a long-continued policy tending to irritate the Southern and conciliate the Northern people.