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ire

Literary anger; wrath
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Breckenridge, who had tried in vain to mollify his ire, accompanied him to the scene of action.
She smiled, half in ire, half in mirth, curtsied with foreign grace, and so they parted.
He paraded his Musketeers before the Cardinal Armand Duplessis with an insolent air which made the gray moustache of his Eminence curl with ire.
The breakfast-room was gay with company; and she was named to them by the general as the friend of his daughter, in a complimentary style, which so well concealed his resentful ire, as to make her feel secure at least of life for the present.
Whereupon he turned and left the captain with the same indifferent ease that was habitual with him, and which was more surely calculated to raise the ire of a man of Billings' class than a torrent of invective.
sup][5],[6] In contrast to thermal ablation techniques, IRE has an improved safety profile and has been preliminarily demonstrated to be efficacious against solid tumors, especially locally advanced pancreatic carcinoma (LAPC), in terms of local progression-free, distant progression-free, and overall survival.
The investigation found that Mr Hamilton caused IRE to operate with a want of commercial probity, systematically taking money from consumers on the basis of misleading statements made to consumers.
18% of IRE reporters turn off electronic devices when meeting
The student response (c) "No", is linguistically poorer than the responses in the traditional IRE patterns: (a)"This is a chair" or (b)"Smith is the main character".
During a 10-hour meeting Saturday, March 23, IRE board members considered proposals submitted by the five universities interested in serving as the headquarters for the investigative reporting organization.
We anticipate marketing a product utilizing the IRE technology by the middle of calendar 2008.
An accomplished investigative reporter and editor, Mark is passionate about IRE and watchdog journalism," IRE President James V.