On a pattern like this, by daylight, there is a lack of sequence, a defiance of law, that is a constant irritant
to a normal mind.
, such as cigarette smoke or substances with a strong fragrance, such as air fresheners or perfumes.
KARACHI -- FPCCI President Zakaria Usman has urged the government for immediate constitution of the commission so that all anomalies and irritants
in the national budget FY14 raised by the business community can be addressed before incorporation in the financial bill.
And the 30,000 residents, who call the peninsula at the bottom of Spain home, remain steadfastly tied to the United Kingdom despite the occasional irritants
that may arise with their Spanish neighbours.
London, Apr 10 ( ANI ): Skunk oil pellets and anti-laser technology as well as projectiles containing irritants
are among ideas being put forward by the British Government scientists to help the police tackle future rioters.
The line-up for irritants
lists such items as detergents and soaps, perfumes, dust, water and powders among the biggest culprits.
One of the commonest irritants
is chemical detergents.
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BOY racers and drivers who do not acknowledge acts of courtesy on the road are the main irritants
for motorists, a poll today revealed.
Examples of common skin irritants
are strong acids, bases and solvents, including detergents and citrus-based cleansers, acetone (nail polish remover), drain cleaners and plants (poinsettias and peppers).
The first ever moisturising cream range, containing no known skin irritants
, has been made available on prescription for sufferers of dry and sensitive skin.
The agents tested involved about half a dozen pharmacological classes, including common approved pharmaceuticals, nerve agents, nerve agent antidotes, psychoactive compounds and irritants
such as tear gases.