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marked by extreme anger

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A day after Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra targeted government on the issue of 'privatisation' of Modern Coach Factory in Raebareli and Rahul corned the Centre over RBI approving transfer of surplus 1.76 Lakh crore, Maurya told ANI," Both brother and sister are infuriated after losing badly in the last elections.
Kadim Khan, in Sahiwala, Faisalabad also prayed to a family brawl, which was shot dead by his infuriated cousin.
"Unilateral actions" by the United States in Iran and Syria have infuriated Turkey, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told Kommersant newspaper in an interview.
While the mother was involved in household chores and could not serve food to her son on time, the delay infuriated the teenager to such an extent that he hacked his mother to death, police said.
I am infuriated"Priti Patel, International Development Secretary, on Britain's foreign aid programme "September and October are the best month to get yourself and your bike ready; with good waterproofs and mudguards, it's easy to enjoy a British winter on two wheels, so when everyone else goes into hibernation, you can feel good throughout the party season" Olympic gold medallist Chris Boardman "Before he criticises the business community for sloping off to play golf on Friday afternoons, I suggest Liam Fox takes a look at the Commons on Friday afternoon" David Skelton, of Goole, Yorkshire, in a letter to the Daily Mail
I am infuriated" - Priti Patel, International Development Secretary, on Britain's foreign aid programme.
I am infuriated" Priti Patel, above, International Development Secretary, on Britain's foreign aid programme "September and October are the best month to get yourself and your bike ready; with good waterproofs and mudguards, it's easy to enjoy a British winter on two wheels, so when everyone else goes into hibernation, you can feel good throughout the party season" Olympic gold medallist Chris Boardman "When other little girls wanted to be ballet dancers I kind of wanted to be a vampire"actress Angelina Jolie WRITE Letters Editor Media Wales Ltd, Six Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR e-mail readers@walesonline.co.uk NOTE please include your name and address for publication and a daytime telephone number
INFURIATED Everyone who reads their story will be infuriated - not just at them, but that the system designed to help the poor, vulnerable and sick can be so abused.
In 2012, he infuriated fans by 2012, he infuriated fans by changing the team's colours changing the team's colours from traditional blue to red.
The measure has infuriated business leaders and soccer clubs, which at one point threatened to go on strike.
Summary: Seoul: South Korean and US troops launched a joint military exercise Monday as an infuriated ...
Summary: The singing teacher of X Factor auditionee, Ceri Rees, is apparently infuriated with the show's bosses for letting her friend take to the stage for a fourth year.
A VETERAN Cheshire MP has hit out at the new expenses culture at the House of Commons, saying he is "infuriated" he can no longer travel first class on trains.
The lawyer's argument is weak and appalling and I would be even more infuriated if she wins this case.
The move could widen the divide between the Premier League and the FA, and comes after Triesman infuriated league chiefs last month by calling for a limit on club debts.