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Rebels, she says, might find daily push alert reminders annoying, and then resent the app for telling them what to do.
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This is purportedly the result of biological warfare on the part of a native intelligent species known as Spackle, who resented the arrival of the colonizers.
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At the Swiss Polytechnic, where he was now a student, his professors resented his intellectual arrogance, and had begun locking him out of the library out of spite.
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In practice, such requests usually lead to a longer discussion, which, if visible to George’s current employer, will be resented if he is being paid by the hour.
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For six days Mamma wept at intervals, and showed the woman in black all Punch's clothes—a liberty which Punch resented.
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His attitude was of course resented, and there was considerable feeling in Vienna against the French Embassy.
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She resented his sudden drop from his pedestal, for he looked sentimental and somewhat sheepish.
Yet, while he resented fiercely, knowing this was all she had to offer now, he struggled at the same time to accept.
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He might have resented this speech for Dr. Ashton's sake, in a happier moment, but resentment had been beaten out of him now.
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