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The post Russia's Putin: US 'oligarch list' is an unfriendly act appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Wherever a library is in its relationship with Friends, The Good, the Great, and the Unfriendly has ideas and examples to share.
html) campaign aides knew anything about that interference - about half of Americans consider Russia either unfriendly or an enemy.
The remaining one in four (24%) of UK homebuyers feel they live in an unfriendly neighbourhood, Good neighbours become good friends, the research suggests.
I say they're unfriendly because when the pins are tucked on the left we're used to attacking that pin.
The forced landing of Iranian planes by Iraq is an unfriendly move and against the neighborly relations and we have objected to our friends in Iraq in this regard," former Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyed Abbas Araqchi said in his weekly press conference in Tehran in August.
Speaking to AA correspondent, protesters said that they were sometimes welcomed and praised in some cities, while humiliated and responded unfriendly in some other cities.
ISLAMABAD, January 14, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan, Lau Zhaohui has expressed his concern over the statement of Indian Chief of Army Staff, Deepak Kapoor that it can take on Pakistan and China at the same time, what he termed, as very unfriendly remark.
AaAaAaAa"The Kingdom of Morocco expresses astonishment and disappointment following the recent adoption by the Portuguese Parliament of an unfriendly motion about the case of Aminatou Haidar," Morocco's Foreign Ministry said.
Sydney, Oct 14(ANI): A recent survey of over 6,000 international students in Australia has revealed that Sydney and Melbourne are the most unfriendly and unsafe cities to live in.
Unemployed Paul Biddle, aged 54, from Ladywood, said: "It's not unfriendly.
2 : to reject in a rude or unfriendly way : snub <He repulsed attempts to help him.