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1. They are quite unlikable, and this is consistent pretty much across O'Connor's fiction : short, long, medium, whatever.
2. The protagonist is unlikable, with appetites for food and women that Ingram said stand in for "Western society's gluttony and overconsumption."
3. Be Attentive to Others and Never Stop Listening – Self-centered people are usually unlikable.
4. The most silly , lazy , artful , shrewish, ugly , weak and unlikable child among all usually is most doted on by parents.
5. How do you manage to make a character who could be easily unlikable likable?
6. Men, on the other hand, were more evenly divided in their response, but failed to show the same preferential bias for acts of "informational warfare" against the unlikable classmate.
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7. She married for money. She had an affair. She carried on naked in the pool with her boyfriend. She's cold, materialistic, unlikable.
8. At the beginning of the story he is a most unlikable character - arrogant and ignorant of smart Elizabeth Bennet's charms.
9. In addition, these breeders do not always care about the health and strength of the breed, which often results in genetic illnesses, poor health in general and unlikable personality traits.
10. The possibility of forcing hard landing through policy is very rare, i. e. it's very unlikable that the real estate quarter will fall into a recession.
11. To disagree with someone you risk appearing rude, argumentative, or unlikable.
12. So, until the events of volume six, it was always made plain that Snape might be an unlikable fellow, but he was essentially one of the good guys.
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