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“Ambivalent" doesn't begin to describe Europeans 'feelings about the US now.”
“Now lets beat our heads and knock down some walls with "Ambivalent" My favorite on this awesome CD is "B-Side".”
“Dodd: White House "Ambivalent" About Bankruptcy Reform”
“Bill Kristol "Ambivalent" About Staying At New York Times”
“Bill Kristol "Ambivalent" About Staying At New York Times spoke to Bill Kristol at a luncheon Tuesday to promote IFC's”
“Three significant changes in the workplace have made the ability to influence and persuade absolutely critical: 1. Ambivalent workforce: Employees still show up for work with their bodies, but many of them are leaving their brains at home.”
“Ambivalent as usual, Burr said he was not sure when US troops should come home.”
“Ambivalent Object Relationship: A relationship in our mind with an object to which we are quite strongly attracted by opposed feelings, typically of love and hate, of which we are only partially aware.”
“Ambivalent individuals 'ability to see all sides of an argument and feel mixed emotions appears to have some benefits.”
“Ambivalent people, on the other hand, tend to systematically evaluate all sides of an argument before coming to a decision.”
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