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to trouble the nerves or peace of mind of, especially by repeated vexations

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According to Article 293 of the penal code, a person who annoys others, or verbally abuses anyone using wired or wireless means of communication or any other means, shall be punishable with a prison term that does not exceed six months and a maximum fine of QR30,00, or any one of the two penalties.
GENESIS star Phil Collins has admitted he was "too cocky" on stage and annoys himself when he watches his past performances.
If technology annoys you, I highly recommend shooting it to death.
Julie: He has a bit of a temper, but there's nothing that annoys me.
Highlights: Complaining about obscene stuffed animals; a hotel concierge annoys a patron who shares his religious beliefs with him; Kimmel even recruits his daughter to annoy a professional tutor.
Sometimes when my sister annoys me I get really angry and I hit her.
What driving behavior of other people annoys you the most?
can really bug the heck out of us, when used improperly; 57% of Americans say misuse of common words annoys them most, while 43% are most annoyed by unsolicited grammar or wording "editors.
She has stayed friends with his family, too, which annoys me.
DRIVERS who refuse to thank other motorists for giving way to them annoys more people than bullying bus drivers, middle-lane motorway hoggers and mobile phone users, it was revealed.
If you both make a consistent effort to be more considerate, you may find it easier to overlook the times when your brother does something that annoys you.
So nothing annoys me more than when I see the kids' spaces being abused.
In a nationally representative survey conducted in January, Consumer Reports asked 2,000 Americans to score three lists of travel gripes covering rental-cars, airlines, and hotels for a total of 24 items on a 1-to-10 scale, 1 meaning an experience "does not annoy you at all" and 10 meaning it "annoys you tremendously.
Particularly if one of the things that annoys you is newspaper columnists who Lassume everyone has a computer.
Why on earth do we do it when it seriously annoys so many people and makes our urban roads and streets so ugly?