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Personally, I hold the regime and the opposition equally responsible, and I have not changed my view about the obnoxiousness of the opposition, which was the subject of my article on August 28, 2011.
After a couple of chapters, however, readers will be frustrated by his obnoxiousness and insensitivity.
Such obscenity, obnoxiousness and obtuseness should not be dignified with a response.
The remark smacks of obscenity, obnoxiousness and obtuseness," he added.
Perhaps there was some potential in that yellow bundle of obnoxiousness.
They may search for proofs of Tarkovskii's wisdom and overly exacting attitude toward himself (28) or, conversely, signs of his crankiness and obnoxiousness.
You'll often find me cuffed up on the couch watching a Bravo marathon, and if you were to be walking outside, you'd also most likely hear me screaming at the TV at the general obnoxiousness of characters like Sheree from The Real Housewives of Atlanta or cracking up at the abuse Taylor dishes out to Brad on The Rachel Zoe Project.
In chapter 24 of the second book, Bishop Matthew outlines the contrast between Prince Wladyslaw Herman's two sons: the older Zbigniew, who in spite of his obnoxiousness and obstinacy is favored by his father, and the younger Boleslaw Krzywousty, dedicated to his father and extremely intelligent (he brought to naught the plot organized by Voivoda Sieciech against his father and himself)--but not valued enough in spite of his virtues.
Avoid such negative perceptions by eliminating carelessness, recklessness, and obnoxiousness.
Liz's personality recedes as her trip extends -- which is not a bad thing, considering her initial obnoxiousness.