unfavourably


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showing disapproval

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"So really it's too early for me to make any decision with regard to whether I would be favourably, or unfavourably, disposed towards allowing myself to be considered as a candidate."
IN MONDAY 'S Record Readers, Dave McEwan Hill eulogises about James Connolly's part in the Easter Rising in Ireland and compares today's Labour Party unfavourably with those who began the armed insurrection that led to the 26-county Irish republic we have today.
DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng rubbished allegations today that Pulau Tikus assemblyman Yap Soo Huey was quitting politics as she was viewed unfavourably by his administration.
ISLAMABAD -- According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup and Gilani Pakistan, public opinion split over performance of the police force: 25% Pakistanis rate them favourably and 48% unfavourably. A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces was asked, 'What is your opinion about the police performance of your province?' In response to this question, 7% said very good, 18% said good, 26% said neither good nor bad, 23% said bad and 25% said very bad.
He said: "Young people compare themselves unfavourably to Photoshopped images.
Our Place In Loule 5.00 Redcar SP forecast 7-4 Still a maiden after 11 starts, but in good form this spring on quick ground and his two-length fourth in a 6f handicap at Thirsk last time can be upgraded as he was drawn unfavourably. Noel Wilson fits cheekpieces and Serena Brotherton is a positive in the saddle, but any further ease in the ground would be a worry.
This is 3.64p a litre more than in mid-February and compares unfavourably, too, with the low of 106.39p seen on February 1.
Almost 60pc of the population in Pakistan sees the Taliban unfavourably. Only 8pc have a favourable view of this extremist organisation.
Grant, though, looked upon the emails unfavourably in issuing a rebuke and vowing to stamp out discrimination in sport.
Summary: Muscat: Oman's insurance sector continues to compare unfavourably with its peers in other Gulf Cooperation ...
According to a recent Pew Research Center poll, the First Lady is much more popular than her husband Barack Obama as only 22 percent of Americans view her unfavourably, compared with a 38 percent unfavourable rating for the President, Stuff.co.nz reported.
That is why the Equality Act 2010, which applies to Army personnel, makes it unlawful discrimination to treat a woman in work unfavourably because of pregnancy or maternity leave.
We might also have given the impression the Lib Dem MP could be unfavourably compared to our 6ft 5in inanimate lightweight.
Summary: UK airlines compare unfavourably with foreign carriers in passenger satisfaction figures from Which?