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showing or representing unfavorably

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PTI in centre is also set to form the government with an unflatteringly majority of plus minus 110 seats in National Assembly followed by PMLN with 61 seats, PPP with 41, independents 20 and MQM (P) with 10 seats in a major projection of positions in National assembly.
A SENIOR United player unflatteringly dubbed Callum Gribbin as possibly 'another Januzaj' a year ago but there has been plenty of growing up in the time that has elapsed.
Moreover, Paolo looks more chunky than hunky-which is unflatteringly perceptible in close-up shots.
The Liverpool Mercury unflatteringly described him as a "dwarfish, dark-complexioned, puny man, and of somewhat irregular habits."
Trump, who came out during his presidential campaign against birthright citizenship, has argued that children of undocumented immigrants - sometimes unflatteringly termed "anchor babies" - are not U.S.
2 Which singer born on this day in 1944 was known, somewhat unflatteringly, as "The Walrus of Love"?
THIS fly-on-the-wall documentary uses its remarkable level of access to paint an unflatteringly honest portrait of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, pictured.
She was smart to wear a lining under the sheer overlay, but the tone is unflatteringly off.
The Swede was compared unflatteringly to Andy Carroll and, far from winding up the PSG talisman, he seemed unable to get into the game.
Why did Austen present the county of Kent so unflatteringly? Because the author had been treated condescendingly by her brother Edward's wife and her snooty relations.
Undoubtedly the key target of Marriott's films is the so- called 'millennial' generation who, according to Schultze, tend to associate the hotel brand with luxury and, perhaps most unflatteringly, the placegrandparents go with their air miles.
Where we have the impression that the province is being portrayed rather unflatteringly ("Janine wonders who would ever want to live in such a place"), we also have the impression that these jabs are affectionate.
As wickets tumbled it was the Australians' batting technique that was being questioned along with their mindset with some pundits unflatteringly suggesting they take a leaf out of New Zealand's training manual by learning how to play.