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1. She remained ambivalent about her marriage.
2. The party's position on nuclear weapons is deeply ambivalent.
3. He has an ambivalent attitude towards her.
4. We are both somewhat ambivalent about having a child.
5. She seems to feel ambivalent about her new job.
6. I felt very ambivalent about leaving home.
7. He feels rather ambivalent about his role as teacher.
8. He has fairly ambivalent feelings towards his father.
9. There is an ambivalent feeling towards rural workers.
10. I must have acquired ambivalent attitude towards women from her.
11. Her distaste has since evolved into ambivalent fascination.
12. Yet water is strangely ambivalent in human experience.
13. Enlil had an ambivalent attitude to mankind.
14. Chutra seemed ambivalent about the perpetually gathering crowds.
15. These ambivalent feelings are transferred to the gods.
16. He was greeted with ambivalent enthusiasm.
17. We find in Charles, however(sentencedict.com),[sentencedict .com] an ambivalent attitude.
18. But the public mood is more ambivalent.
19. As a consumer I am more ambivalent.
20. At the same time, his work revealed ambivalent emotions about women, Frey writes.
21. Consider two kinds of ambivalent transgressive reinscription within gay culture, camp and machismo.
22. Some are ambivalent about Bill Clinton and his stewardship of the nation.
23. At the very least, men generally assume their ambivalent feelings are normal.
24. Telegraph/Times readers were more ambivalent, however, and our small sample of Guardian readers preferred the press by a big majority.
25. The same thing may explain the cricket establishment's ambivalent attitude towards the one-day matches that have shoved themselves on to the scene.
26. To the extent that he focused on Indochina at all, he was ambivalent.
27. But the girl appears to be beset by powerful ambivalent feelings as she looks at the wolf resting beside her.
28. The attitude of the nationalised Boards to the accelerating growth of the postwar space heating load was ambivalent.
29. Traditional building materials tend to imply low-rise housing, and urban planners have an ambivalent attitude to low-rise.
30. This disparity in social attitudes is certainly reflected in the ambivalent feelings held by retired people.
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