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insensitive to criticism

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Srikakulam (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Jan 9 ( ANI ): YSR Congress party chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Wednesday alleged that the "thick-skinned" Andhra Pradesh government led by N Chandrababu Naidu has betrayed people of the state on all fronts.
"You'll have to ask him, obviously he's thick-skinned and I'm sure he'll keep doing what he does and whatever happens, happens but I think he's got the full support from the team and at the end of the day, since he's come in we'd be sixth in the league if that was the start of the season," Rooney said.
When they're there already, if they're already thick-skinned, what will prevent them from having even thicker skin when they have a holdover?) /je
In fairness, if someone is a jerk to you, but sincerely apologizes, it is important to be thick-skinned and accept that apology."
To make it as an actor it's best to be thick-skinned and accept that not everything will go your way.
However, this new step of puncturing their parked cars is an effective way of communicating civic sense to the thick-skinned populace of the city.
Asked if he is wise or thick-skinned when dealing with criticisms, Shetty said:"I am not thick-skinned...
2000), thus being considered a species of thick-skinned fruit and, therefore, unsuitable for D.
One reason for the home-defense customer to upgrade ammo, or maybe even gun, in cold weather is the reasonable assumption a life-threatening home invader may "come in from the cold" dressed for the cold--turning the invader from a thin-skinned creature to a thick-skinned one.
There are thick-skinned. Finally, why would the authenticity of the recordings matter if that is not evidence for Macedonian courts?
Which, to be honest, is not only thick-skinned of Neil but just plain thick.
You have to be either very thick-skinned or well-grounded" - Former Bond girl Serena Gordon.
"We did not expect such an arrogant and thick-skinned government.
He said "Even (the Finance Secretary) would not be so thick-skinned as to pretend there is no link between his cut to the housing budget and the 12,000 builders who lost their jobs last year."
But I am thick-skinned, I've had experience of it and that should stand me in good stead.