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  • If anything, palace attempts at taming the vexsome princess only made things worse.

    William and Kate

  • "We would not inflict this vexsome babble upon the creatures of the ocean."

    Mission to Moulokin

  • Meanwhile, the environmental problem has grown more vexsome with every passing year.

    Metropolis POV | Metropolis Magazine

  • - EU officials and Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao are set to lock horns Wednesday over a range of vexsome economic issues, from exchange rates and trade rules to the Asian country's growing influence in the world economy.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • EU officials and Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao are set to lock horns Wednesday over a range of vexsome economic issues, from exchange rates and trade rules to the Asian country's growing influence in the world economy.

    The Seattle Times

  • Wednesday over a range of vexsome economic issues, from exchange rates and trade rules to the

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • Bioware was so invested in its narrative cutscenes that they don't allow you to skip them -- a vexsome fact, given that many of them are placed just prior to boss battles, meaning that if you die in the ensuing fight you have to sit through the cutscene all over again.

    Game Info Wire

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