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That earnest tete-a-tete between Ralph Paton and Mrs Ferrars the day before struck me disagreeably.
It never failed, or so I am told, and that is pretty much the business we are in now, enlisting the yet-to-be-converted, students and parents as well as attendant "deciders" (to invoke that disagreeably trendy term) on behalf of a larger community of faith, with the end result being, if not salvation precisely, at least making a sale.
Lost in the crowd, miserable and undersized, he meditated confidently on his power, keeping his hand in the left pocket of his trousers, grasping lightly the india-rubber ball, the supreme guarantee of his sinister freedom; but after a while he became disagreeably affected by the sight of the roadway thronged with vehicles and of the pavement crowded with men and women.
The Catholic clergy act like a political party when they disagree with officials elected by the people, and then ask to be protected like a religion when the people disagree disagreeably. They shouldn't have their cake and eat it, too.
On one hand we have a phenomenally influential religious guru with an estimated following of two crore putting forth disagreeably bigoted statements which could only be hailed for their absurdities; while on the other hand we have the whole nation desperately trying to come to terms with the issues related to the safety and status of women in society.
The cranium, and, indeed, the whole skull, was so small as to be disagreeably suggestive of something animal.
As a consequence, the state of personal injury law in this area remains disagreeably unsettled in New York.
For which reason, as I am rather disagreeably affected whenever I meet with those names to which I have affixed such venerable ideas, polluted, as it were, by plebeians of the meaner trades and occupations (such as *barbers, taylors, and +chimneysweepers); so I cannot but be much more disgusted to see those antique ensigns of honour (which have been granted from the crown as the reward of some great achievement in arms or arts) so vilely prostituted as they now are: and I am angry with the Heralds-Office for not interfering, and putting a stop to our hackney-coach-men from bearing coronets and supporters on their twelve-penny conveyances, as they constantly have done for some years.
As if on cue, the largest of the pride rose to his feet, growling, swatting disagreeably at his neighbour with one huge paw.
but also acting disagreeably towards those with whom we do not agree," said Grayson, citing the vitriol often seen in the comment sections of blogs.
Among the absentees was Samuel Clayton, described as "a jessamy young fellow", James Pinfield- "bow-legged, but not disagreeably so" - and Samuel Jackson - "very hollow eyes, short neck".