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IRKSIndian River Kontrol Society (Palm Bay, FL)
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And yet, while he was delighted with the smoothness with which everything was going, and with the fact that they had found plenty to talk about, he was aware of an irk under it all.
But the head of the department was called away to the telephone, and in her mind the splendid promise of the carpets and the irk of the pocket-book were thrust aside by a greater doubt and anxiety.
The sight of her gave Sheldon fresh courage, and the tedious hours of waiting did not irk him.
This he stood, although much bored; but what irked him almost beyond standing were the feigned caresses and endearments Del Mar lavished on him.
And all the while, interested in the discussion, Martin had been aware of an irk in it as well.
The trampling of swift horses and the sound of mules watering at my sacred springs will always irk you, and men will like better to gaze at the well-made chariots and stamping, swift-footed horses than at your great temple and the many treasures that are within.
The four walls of a room were an irk and a restraint.
Detained Senator Leila De Lima admitted being irked and hurt when some people described her detention as 'weather-weather lang.'
ISLAMABAD:Untrimmed wild bushes and wild grass on green belts, play grounds and foothpaths of the federal capital giving shoddy look of the city that irked the residents.