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“Mrs Dickinson, 78, was described as a well-liked and a popular figure because of her work with the Alderney horticultural society.”
“Ottis Gibson, a well-liked and well-respected coach, has been a bitter and angry man after matches.”
“On May 23 he sent out Ensign Joseph Coulon de Villiers de Jumonville, thirty-six years old, a well-liked veteran from a large and distinguished military family.”
“He has never been arrogant and juvenile (as was George Bush), and that is the reason why he is respected and well-liked around the world.”
“This is a fairly red town, but he is an anomaly and not well-liked in general.”
“At this point, Israel is about as well-liked internationally as Saddam Hussein or Idi Amin.”
“Detective Kima Greggs gets her sexual orientation constantly thrown in her face by resentful thugs somehow everyone in the whole city knows that she's a lesbian, but is also well-liked and respected by her colleagues for being such a good cop.”
“George told me that unemployment makes him feel useless and worthless — a terrible feeling for a man who worked hard all his life and was successful and well-liked at work, said Ivanova, his wife of 11 years who met her husband on the Internet and moved from Russia to marry him.”
“Although moderately well-liked children usually know that they are, certain kinds of children who are not well liked seem oblivious to the fact.”
“If he manages to take Iowa, the party's former national chairman who is well-liked by party moderates – and who successfully ran Gerald Ford's 1976 presidential campaign on the neo-isolationist slogan "Come Home, America" – could end up sealing the deal.”
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