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I am told that the season is very unfavorable for wall-fruit.
The woman's preconceived impression of me was evidently an unfavorable one.
It was not shaken on cross-examination, and it was plainly unfavorable to the prisoner.
In the interest of meeting the other guests, and what of my unfavorable impression, I forgot all about the working-class philosopher, though once or twice at table I noticed him-- especially the twinkle in his eye as he listened to the talk first of one minister and then of another.
The only part of his Will which exposed itself to unfavorable criticism, was a clause conferring a legacy on one of his sisters (then a widow) who had estranged herself from her family by marrying beneath her.
The black curtain of the firmament in reality heightened the moon's brilliancy, which in this void of ether unfavorable to diffusion did not eclipse the neighboring stars.
Soon after the arrival of the Shtcherbatskys there appeared in the morning crowd at the springs two persons who attracted universal and unfavorable attention.
It was no use trying to eat the stew, and yet the thing she most dreaded was to offend the gypsies, by betraying her extremely unfavorable opinion of them; and she wondered, with a keenness of interest that no theologian could have exceeded, whether, if the Devil were really present, he would know her thoughts.
While she is tied with or leads all the top Republican contenders, her unfavorable rating is dangerously close to the 50 percent often thought to make a candidate unelectable.
Overall, John Cornyn got favorable marks from 26 percent and unfavorable ones from 32 percent; Cruz's numbers were 41 percent favorable and 38 percent unfavorable.
Thirty-seven percent had a favorable opinion versus 26% who had an unfavorable opinion-a net plus of 11 points.
Net selling prices and currency were each unfavorable 1%, while volumes were even with the prior year.