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Although several folks apparently got a kick out of taking aim at the photo of a man they now detest," reports Roll Call newspaper's Ed Henry, "a peeved member of the club ripped the photo out of the urinal, fearing it would be seen as yet another symbol of the party's alleged intolerance.
When the news first broke about Tiger's hefty endorsement deals, many of is fellow pros were peeved.
The `horny' quote particularly peeved Tamantha Brannon of East Point, a suburb of Atlanta.
Not one of those is a mistake, according to language experts, but folks who wrongly think so are no less peeved for being wrong.
Randi may be understanding, but the FBI's Kelly is positively peeved at people's stupidity about the Tracker - especially in schools: "School districts using them to search lockers - that's just outrageous.
Croft, who helped turn the game in Saints' favour after his second-half arrival, was peeved to see Brian Graham's goal chalked off at 1-1.
I mean, in his bad-bwoy, NWA hey-day the merest hint of Ice Cube looking a bit peeved would have been enough to put the fear of God into most people.
He told Det Con Starkey: "I was very peeved and very annoyed with how the industry was being railroaded by Network Rail.
It was a call that peeved Bill Belichick and that even the recipient, Ashley Lelie, acknowledged he didn't expect to get.
Anyone who splashed out on front row theatre tickets only to see them given to local bigwigs instead could be forgiven for feeling peeved.
PICK THE RIGHT TIME TO TALK Peeved 'cause your parents won't stretch your curfew for the Fall Ball?
Lee is a little peeved that he was not able to qualify Macgeorge for the Christie's
The United States is particularly peeved by a provision in Brazil's 1997 intellectual property rights law that says a foreign company must forfeit patent rights to a product after three years if, during that period, the company does not begin to manufacture its product in Brazil.
ACTOR Brian Mosley is mightily peeved that his Alf Roberts character is to be killed off in Coronation Street.