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exasperate

Botany having a rough prickly surface because of the presence of hard projecting points

exasperate

[ig′zas·pə·rət]
(biology)
Having a surface roughened by stiff elevations or bristles.
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Germany's industrial strengths: systematic precision, an intact system of apprenticeships and master builders, a predominance of middle-sized, family operated manufacturing firms, codes which sometimes exasperate clients and architects, and a thriving economy, have all given Hanover the opportunity to show how we might deal with old problems in new ways, or even new problems in old ways.
And producer Andy Wilman reckons antics in the BBC2 show - fronted by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May - exasperate Beeb bosses.
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