1. The bear became extremely angry with the fly, and eventually seized a huge stone and succeeded in killing it.
2. Magistrates were told that Mrs Frak became angry with the old lady as she was changing her nightdress.
3. An official close to the investigation said that Schnittker became angry with Albrizio over a piece of jewelry he was either trying to sell or buy.
4. Becoming angry with the school nurse is simply killing the messenger.
5. But this year Laughlin became angry with what he viewed as conservative-baiting by Minority Whip David Bonior, D-Mich, congressional sources say.
6. I become angry with those who I feel are playing the role for profit and notoriety, who can cry on cue when the cameras are rolling.
7. If my wife or children bothered me, I became very angry with them.
8. In the latter city, he became angry with former director of team travel and services Wayne Lebeaux.
9. Instead, his superiors became angry with him for pressing the issue, Smith said.
10. Klein said Alexander told the authorities that after his advances were spurned, he became very angry with Kolb.