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an exasperated feeling of annoyance

unfriendly behavior that causes anger or resentment

action that makes a problem or a disease (or its symptoms) worse

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"We hope that the parties involved will not allow a new aggravation of the situation in the region as a result of the decisions," it added.
The latter should continue its upward trend in the coming period, given the expected developments for all inflationary indicators, which requires continuous monitoring of its sources and the consolidation of measures aimed to counteract its aggravation, the BCT emphasized.
"Hence, supplies of weapons to the Kiev regime must not become a factor that could add to the aggravation of Ukraine's internal crisis," she stressed, commenting on Kiev's purchase of Turkish Bayraktar TB2 assault drones.
'Though the count can reach up to 40,000 particles per cubic metre, the current count is also very high and almost all those people who have pollen allergy will experience an aggravation in their symptoms,' he said.
You'll also find scientific explanations for why these aggravations exist and what you can do about them.
Pokemon-playing is a greater aggravation of Metro Manila traffic,' Salceda said.
She said he was fined for the conviction with the sexual orientation aggravation and that he was going through a "particularly traumatic time".
PRyE[currency]TyNE (CyHAN)- NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that all political and community leaders in Macedonia should do everything possible to avoid further aggravation of the situation in Kumanovo.
He blamed the recent aggravation of the situation in Ukraine on the government forces' shelling of towns.
In order to nurture medical care as a growth industry there is a need for restructuring today's gmedical industryh in the narrow sense which has historically focused on treatment and medication and transforming it into a ghealth/medical care industryh that focuses on health promotion prevention early diagnosis and preventing aggravation.
BAGHDAD / NINA / Head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar al-Hakim, stressed on Monday that the policy of exclusion, marginalization and aggravation will not lead us but to collapse and fragmentation.
As a result of the incident, Tucker has suffered a recurrent dislocation of his left shoulder; injuries to his left knee and elbow; aggravation of a pre-existing psoriatic arthritis condition; aggravation to his immune system and damage to his liver; mental and emotional anxiety; and inter ference with usual everyday activities, the lawsuit says.
Economist Vladimir Gligorov analyzes for Utrinski vesnik that if aggravation of the political and economic relations happens, it should be expected that the EU will look for a way to reduce the dependency of the Russian gas and oil on a long-term basis.