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To make my position more intolerable, I am persona non grata with both sides.
Our witness, in any case, would not be a persona grata to the Society for Psychical Research.
DEVIL-WORSHIP IN FRANCEARTHUR EDWARD WAITE
Burleigh was evidently persona non grata in the eyes of both.
WARRIOR GAPCHARLES KING
I may have been persona non grata, but, if so, she did not express her feeling.
BIRDS OF THE ROCKIESLEANDER SYLVESTER KEYSER
Seeing that I would henceforth be persona non grata at the palace, I sought obscurity in the writing and publication of books.
It had taken Mars all of forty-eight hours to find Forrester hiding in the native quarter, wearing the persona of a Negro laborer.
PAGAN PASSIONSGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
He was succeeded by my friend, Martyn Wells, who was a persona grata with all sections of the Calcutta community.
Towards the end of his life he frequently presided over the meetings of its Committee, amongst whom he was ever a persona grata.
SOME JEWISH WITNESSES FOR CHRISTREV. A. BERNSTEIN, B.D.
The grocer, who in being taxed aids in paying the officer's salary, is persona non grata.
It will have naught to do with ideas that cannot verify themselves by showing themselves in propria persona.

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