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in constant agitation

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"But if the prosecutions were to be abandoned or deferred at this stage I think there would be seething anger in this town and seething anger across the nationalist population."
A close friend of Clarkson, 55, said: "He's absolutely seething.
I seethed like a man in intensive seething training, who wasn't as naturally gifted.
"I am absolutely seething over this because no one is monitoring these people parking dangerously.
Where is this "true kindred spirit of friendship and hope" that Mr/Mrs Seething Westerner mentions?
However, The Sun quotes a pal of 35-year-old Alex who said: "He's seething at her statement and is adamant that he'll get every penny out of her he's owed and ensure the world knows the truth over their marriage."
As they realize that claims to being "number one" are not confined to the USA, the rodeo audience starts seething into lynch mob mode.
Close quarters, strange foods, and seething pheromones--some of them quite possibly lesbian.
Some of the stories are so short they produce only a momentary glimpse into the characters, such as "She Waits, Seething, Blooming," which perfectly captures the angst a single mother feels as she waits for her 15-year-old son to come home, or "Naveed," in which a young woman worries that her lifetime record of lovers will be too high when she finally meets her true love.
A Dream Dissolving: The biosphere with seething life doth teem;/The stars are burst and formed anew to gleam/Within the cold and limitless expanse/While fragile man bestirs within his dream.
Perhaps the problem is that Beecroft's seething imagination has gradually expanded from the individual--for her everything begins with the idea of the self-portrait through a vicarious persona--to encompass the collective, and she now finds herself elaborating images that are deposited somewhere among the phantasms that nurture our dreams or nightmares.
Manager Tony Dobson was seething after watching his men capitulate last Saturday.
Marius, seething with envy but having no legal recourse, allied himself with the newly enfranchised Italian citizens of Rome.
Jerusalem is seething with a great deal of tension, wherein on the one hand you have the harsh treatment of the Jews at the hands of Imperial Rome, and on the other hand you have the debate between the followers of Jesus (referred to as Rabban Yeshua) and those who have rejected him.
Lucian Parliament, is to receive a papal knighthood and many Catholics in his home country are seething. They say Hunte, who is Catholic, last December cast the deciding vote on a bill that made abortion legal in that Caribbean nation.