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1. But he included themes that could rankle. Bush pointed out the success of U.S.-supported democratization in the volatile Balkans, where the effects of the disintegration of the former Yugoslavia still roil relations between Washington and Moscow. (Washington Post, 05-04-2008)

2. No charges were filed. Jones calls himself a conservative Democrat, but his votes for President Bush in 2000 and 2004 might rankle some primary voters. (Washington Post, 12-07-2008)

3. But his occasionally heated jabs at Obama and reporters seemed to rankle South Carolinians at times last week, and there is widespread debate in political circles about the cost-benefit tradeoff for his wife's bid to win the job he once held. ___ Associated Press writer Beth Fouhy contributed to this report. (Washington Post, 27-01-2008)

4. It calculated the number of runs a player saved or cost his team over a year. They used this to rank, and no doubt rankle, players. (Washington Post, 16-02-2008)

5. "He's just got to be churning inside about Palin," said Ornstein, adding that being passed over for someone so inexperienced on the national security issues he cares about must rankle. (Washington Post, 03-09-2008)

6. Lieberman tends to vote with Democrats on most issues and is a longtime supporter of abortion rights, a stance that would rankle conservatives if he were McCain's running mate. (Washington Post, 20-08-2008)

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