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To add insult to injury, the Capital Development Authority is selling water to residents through a tanker service, but the procedure itself is tiresome.
To add insult to injury, the traffic inspector got infuriated and manhandled the rickshaw driver.
To add insult to injury, he blurted random syllables during the song's Spanish chorus, and replaced some words with 'burrito' and 'dorito.'
Events like Brexit and the new US administration's policies threaten to add insult to injury as they inject even more uncertainty into the future of global trade.
It steals our energy, depletes our sleep and - to add insult to injury - sucks radiance from our skin.
Now, to add insult to injury, he was even booed by kids at the school next door as he turned up at the Wolves training ground.
To add insult to injury they say they will fill the seats by giving the tickets away to students, teachers and members of the Armed Forces.
To add insult to injury, the Association of British Insurers is using figures which are three years old.
Springer manages to add insult to injury by offending the boys' father as his son lies on the operating table.
To add insult to injury, Scotland is following Wales and Northern Ireland by scrapping this tax on the sick.
And to add insult to injury we have a developer, Tony Bateman, telling us the future housing requirements for Coventry and where they have to be built.
It made shaking hands at the interview a bit difficult." To add insult to injury, accident-prone Fraser did not even get the job..
And to add insult to injury, this sad woman has submitted to two medical examinations to prove she was intacta..
To add insult to injury, they are about to spend pounds 27m on promoting the 2009 Euro elections because the electorate are not remotely interested in voting.
Why does the National Eisteddfod continue to add insult to injury?