A full three festivals after the events of September 2001, we can say that America--and that inevitably and irritatingly
means the rest of us, too--has finally gotten its Cannes 9/11.
Fergusson's support for the plucky Mir is unwavering, yet at times he finds him irritatingly
dogmatic, even embarrassing, as the pair negotiate the cultural fissures that divide them in the increasingly fragile post-11 September world.
For all his considerable charm, Harry could appear pompous and irritatingly
What was to rebel against when the leaders of our economy were already in full-throttle rebellion themselves--against irritatingly
slow communications technologies, stultifying regulations, and obsolete national boundaries?
I hope I do not appear unkind, because I have always applauded endeavour, but the tone of the whole article seemed irritatingly
breathless and naive.
Going there is like arriving at the most irritatingly
fashionable art school of the moment.
enough for non-Americans, amid the shattered wreckage of the "Asian system" of secretive," relationship-based" corporate financial and business networks, it is hard to think of an alternative.
These problems are irritatingly
augmented by his habit of saying we" when he means "I", thereby imposing an invented consensus on even his weakest ideas.
The floppy drive on the SE will allow you to read both IBM and Mac diskettes, and the optional monitor will save you from the irritatingly
small SE scree.
He's always been loud - sometimes too loud, irritatingly
Anyone else find themselves utterly reeled in by the irritatingly
more-ish 'Serial' podcast?
common misconceptions about Wales It annoys me when people from outside Wales set up a business here to have the lucrative grants, and then continue (or have the cheek to) to slate the Welsh
THI PIS Irrit Hav Rus Cut Sup late THIS week's esteemed PISH award (Pretentious Irritatingly
Stupid Haverings) goes to Russell, Ma Troosers Are Cutting Off Ma Blood Supply, Brand for the latest witterings on the subject of his impending divorce.
If it's out to be irritatingly
vile, it's succeeded big-time.