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(1) The conditions were unfavourable for intensive agricultural production.
(2) Unfavourable economic conditions were blocking a recovery of the American insurance market.
(3) The company will lend you money on very unfavourable terms.
(4) The committee began its work under unfavourable auspices.
(5) First reactions have been distinctly unfavourable.
(6) The play got splendid, excellent, unfavourable, etc reviews.
(7) He makes unfavourable comparisons between British and French cooking.
(8) The documentary presents him in a very unfavourable light.
(9) The disappointing profits are due to unfavourable currency translations.
(10) We found that most people are unfavourable to the idea.
(11) There has been a lot of unfavourable publicity about the hospital.
(12) Unfavourable weather has had damaging effects on this year's harvest.
(13) The whole international economic situation is very unfavourable for the countries in the south.
(14) A more unfavourable response was given today by the Prime Minister.
(15) Although they laboured under the unfavourable conditions, they fulfilled the plan.
(16) Following widespread unfavourable publicity, Grand Lodge decided to redefine its rules on public relations in 1984. Sentencedict.com
(17) The first defendant's report was unfavourable to the plaintiff and it was sent by him to the plaintiff's solicitors.
(18) Despite unfavourable weather, grain production had remained stable at around 21,700,000 tonnes, and 1,000,000 tonnes of rice had been exported.
(19) Years of unfavourable comment, of poor gold prices and worse fundamentals are being explained away.
(20) Careless spelling mistakes in a letter can create an unfavourable impression .
(21) The other way in which he could compensate for unfavourable power relations was through effective public relations.
(22) For the Republicans, it was a defensive struggle for democracy, against increasingly unfavourable odds.
(23) He was now encumbered with a record that the voters generally regarded in an unfavourable light.
(24) Though he notes occasional heroism, his general verdict on the working classes is unfavourable.
(25) The condition of insecurity which often prompts people to migrate to towns means that urban growth occurs under highly unfavourable circumstances.
(26) One possibility relates to the many cases where plural reference is made under conditions which our results show to be relatively unfavourable.
(27) Within seconds visual behaviours are sending signals which create a favourable or an unfavourable impression.
(28) Of the 43 industry-funded studies, only 6 came out with any unfavourable findings.
(29) Net margins were 14% of turnover, a very good performance considering the very unfavourable worldwide economic climate.
(30) For example, the modifications could be carried out badly, resulting in unfavourable publicity for the software company.
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