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Words that irritate

Lightening flashes across the Spokane skyline in 2004 as thunderstorms and wind spark up new fires across the region. (Christopher Anderson / The Spokesman-Review)
Lightening flashes across the Spokane skyline in 2004 as thunderstorms and wind spark up new fires across the region. (Christopher Anderson / The Spokesman-Review)

Do you have phrases or words that irritate you? Well, maybe not, but writers often do.Here are some words and phrases from 2013 that we could eliminate from our lives – and survive just fine.

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