Josephs, sounding increasingly agitated, added Mr.
One witness described her as "extremely agitated", Ansa news agency reported.
The resulting mass is heated and beaten or agitated vigorously to dissolve the sugar further.
Hervé broke off his conversation with the men from Benin and started hollering in agitated French.
Fletcher also tried and was rebuffed by an agitated crowd.
Along with this agitated hyperactive delirium, she experienced internalized hypoactive delirium.
According to the criminal complaint, Worrell was "extremely agitated and upset that the FBI was at his house."
She did not linger there, but with a step that was hurried and agitated, she crossed the distance that divided her cabin from the ruin.
She read Jack’s responses after their walk by Wirth Lake, but she doesn’t remember them, probably because she was so agitated that day.
Anders Trentemøller sounds like a nightmare to live with when making an album, agitated by a steely determination to prove his critics wrong.
The last dinner Wendy Dolin had with her husband, Stewart, he was so agitated that he was jiggling his leg under the table and could barely sit still.
He lashed out, becoming so agitated that his aides planned to confront the network about its calculations and accuse ABC of bias, according to internal emails.
Between 1915 and 1940, those selected for killing commonly included sharecroppers, ministers and community leaders who resisted mistreatment or agitated for equal rights.
In Egypt, under British occupation since 1882 and a protectorate since 1914, the nationalist Wafd Party under Saʿd Zaghlūl Pasha, agitated for full independence on Wilsonian principles.
Several passengers stopped the agitated man in the Boeing 737-900’s business class section after the uproar began only a few minutes after take off from Istanbul, according to Associated Press photographer Hussein Malla – on board the flight on Friday.
An agitated Ms Arden told Mark Richardson his view was "totally unacceptable in 2017", adding: "It is a woman's decision about when they choose to have children and it should not predetermine whether or not they are given a job or have job opportunities."
The doctor, who, meanwhile, had been drinking away steadily, was getting visibly drunk, and Madame Caravan herself felt the reaction which follows all nervous shocks, and was agitated and excited, and, although she had drunk nothing but water, her head felt rather confused.
Leaked psychological support files from within the Manus Island detention centre refer consistently to Shamshiripour’s “chaotic presentation” and report he was “agitated, aggressive, verbally abusive, pushing boundaries constantly, and has required police presence on numerous occasions”.
The guests were still at table, and the heated and energetic conversation that prevailed betrayed the violent and vindictive passions that then agitated each dweller of the South, where unhappily, for five centuries religious strife had long given increased bitterness to the violence of party feeling.
Later films included Antichrist (2009), which agitated audiences with its graphic depiction of sexual violence within a grieving couple’s relationship, and the haunting Melancholia (2011), in which a chaotic wedding and attendant familial discord are set against a planet’s impending collision with Earth.
- troubled emotionally and usually deeply
Example: agitated parents
- physically disturbed or set in motion
Example: the agitated mixture foamed and bubbled
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