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Antonyms for unpalatably

in an unpalatable way


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And someday when interest rates become higher, a statutory rate (like 9 percent) on a judgment could be unpalatably below market rates.
My stance is not that of "support", but the unpalatably realistic view that government will impose this solution to the energy crisis and is correct that the lights will otherwise go out.
IN OUR INCREASINGLY packaged consumerist world, even global poverty figures must ultimately arrive in a wrapping that is not unpalatably unattractive to the public.
Though she and her husband had raised more money than any other Democratic political team this year, Clinton said, Bush's machine has raised far more "to try to ruin the reputations of our candidates or, if they can't, to depress the turnout" by making campaigns unpalatably nasty.
Such demands may well be revived however unpalatably unfashionable they may seem to the Mr Blair who spends his time on the Richard and Judy show.
The demonically themed horrors of the late '60s, '70s, and '80s--the Omen films, The Exorcist, Rosemary's Baby--as unpalatably occult as they might be for most Christians, definitely operate within a dualistic version of Judeo-Christian theology.
In such circumstances, without some kind of change - possibly by scrapping A-levels in favour of a version of the international baccalaureate, currently being piloted in Wales - we could face a situation where patronage resumes its unpalatably predominant role in deciding who gets a job, giving fresh meaning to the old adage, 'It's not what you know, it's who you know'.