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A growing number of candidates are in the "sweet spot" of public opinion, meaning they are comparatively well-known among the GOP base as well as comparatively well-liked.
Having the main female character not well-liked also made the story more interesting.
Ortiz was described as a well-liked senior who worked with Sacred Heart Catholic Church's youth ministry.
The Rotunda, which towers above the new Bullring, was originally much derided, but eventually became so well-liked it was refurbished in 2004, with work still continuing to install 234 luxury flats.
Except for the bit about being well-liked by everyone, obviously.
He enjoyed school; made great friends; played lots of sport; continued to read quite successfully; was well-liked by his teachers; participated in many activities; and, on reportedly rare occasions, did some mathematics.
Doubt," set in the Bronx in 1964, tells the story of an authoritarian nun and her confrontations with a well-liked parish priest she suspects of molesting a male student.
My wife, Kara, is a permanent fixture around any of the station functions, and she is well-liked by my co-workers.
Dexter is well-liked and respected by accounts and competitors for his work ethic, consistency, and commitment," said Chris Hudson, Regional Sales Manager for Northern Oregon and SW Washington.
planning and zoning commission and a member of the Republican Town Committee, Denton was well-liked and highly respected among his colleagues and seemed to be at the top of his game.
As a person, he was very well-liked and considered generous.
In addition, while the author makes some contentious and thought-provoking disclosures about Brown, he repeatedly reminds readers about what a well-liked and respected man Ron Brown was.