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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of frustrate.


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  • An accurate, and descriptive directory name frustrates less, than one called “temp†or “001†which can clash with similar named directories on client computers.


  • In today's world, women really can have both, and it kind of frustrates me when I read books like this.

    A Tale of Lifelong Friendship

  • It kind of frustrates me that the media often talks about Hurricane Frances going from a category three to a category two, and leaves the impression that maybe the storm's not as dangerous as it could have been.

    CNN Transcript Sep 4, 2004

  • "When you play against somebody who's bodying you, it kind of frustrates you a little bit," Mutombo said. - Shaq sends a message to Dikembe

  • "It kind of frustrates me, because he never went to Reading," Marshall said.

    Berks county news

  • Speaking to The People, Gardiner revealed that Slater "frustrates" him.

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News

  • It kind of frustrates me because they seem serious to me. because they were your age once too, and what amounts to problems when you are a teenager are nothing compared to the problems of raising a family, owning a home, etc. Yikes!

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • Sovereign immunity undermines government accountability and frustrates the supremacy of federal law by preventing the enforcement of the Constitution and federal statutes.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • Sovereign immunity frustrates compensation and deterrence.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • A point that frustrates real Army hero Adams: "You grit your teeth and you want to meet them face to face," he said.

    Media Coverage October 2009


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