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All in all, this was an extremely strange, even alienating finale.
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It was a clearly Islamophobic move aimed at further alienating India’s Muslims and the protets were intended to draw attention to that.
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The latter risks turning off voters generally if seen as too permissive, but also could alienate progressives if it’s not seen as sympathetic enough, according to the note.
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The result is pockets of hyperspecialization, he says, where scientists are siloed in their disciplines and alienated from the public and even each other.
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In a bid for survival, they could go the World Health Organization route and embrace China, but that would alienate second-tier powers such as Germany, France India and Japan.
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His intemperance alienated him from his father, and he died in prison under sentence of death.
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And he would not receive them, but broke all the covenant that he had made with him before, and alienated himself from him.
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By this time Marius had in addition, to a great extent, alienated the lower classes of the Roman citizens.
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At length, when the grumbling of the poor had already gone too far, he readjusted the taxes, and thus alienated the rich also.
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Little by little they have been alienated from the institutions of the Republic.
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WORDS RELATED TO ALIENATED

  • abandoned
  • adrift
  • alienated
  • all alone
  • all by one's self
  • alone
  • cut off
  • deserted
  • estranged
  • forlorn
  • forsaken
  • isolated
  • lonely
  • lonesome
  • marooned
  • ostracized
  • shunned
  • solitary
  • unattached
  • without ties
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