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feeling or showing anger

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feeling or showing anger

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(of the elements) as if showing violent anger

severely inflamed and painful

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Choirmaster, was called into the radio discussion, where he angrily lambasted Yaw Berma for making such claims.
She also angrily rejected Pedring's proposal to have sexual intercourse.
WAH CANTT -- Annoyed by questions regarding backdoor contacts with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, former interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has called off his press conference abruptly and left the venue angrily leaving the media persons in shock.
Kapuso breakout actress-host Maine Mendoza was 'angrily' punched by someone at the 'Sugod Bahay' segment of long-running noontime show 'Eat Bulaga.'
According to Mr Sheikh, during the final test of English, he asked 23-year-old Faraz not to spoil environment of the classroom to which he reacted angrily. 'I was conducting the test when I noted that Faraz is resorting to indiscipline.
JOSE MOURINHO has angrily rubbished claims he could be set to quit Manchester United this summer.
Shop owner Rimma Lobrekte accused Cllr John Mutton, cabinet member for finance, of angrily berating her and threatening to damage her car when a row over parking spaces broke out.
The turning point came at the end of the first set when, having seen Thiem take his seventh chance to win the tie-break, Djokovic angrily smashed a ball in the direction of his support camp, fortunately hitting no one.
The angrily protestors staged a protest and blocked the Mureed kay road for hours .
After the killing, angrily PML-N protesters took the streets in Muzaffarabad and shouted slogans against the Muslim Conference workers.
Gordon Waddell Kenny Miller last night angrily insisted Rangers must rediscover their standards themselves - not because they're facing Celtic in the Scottish Cup next month.
"It was a small misunderstanding aACA* I was speaking over the phone angrily but I did not use blasphemous language.
"Next time, I will ask MTV to send someone else instead of you," Aoun said angrily, addressing MTV reporter Joyce Akiki.
Blues fans have reacted angrily after being told not to | |travel to Lille without a ticket
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