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With a foot in the door, it’s easy to look past unpleasant or unsafe behavior, especially when no one else is sounding an alarm.
It was a job requirement, particularly during his nearly 15-year career as a diplomat in Europe, but he clearly considered it an unpleasant obligation.
This is a very unpleasant experience, but I am able to see where errors were made.
There may yet be more unpleasant surprises in store for millions of people around the world as the pandemic plays out.
It is altogether unpleasant, and I shudder to think what new habit will come next.
MISS MANNERS: HUSBAND’S RUDE EATING HABITS DRIVING WIFE UP THE WALLJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINDECEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Although such side effects could be unpleasant for some people, they are common reactions to vaccines approved for other diseases, experts say.
“While this incident happened nearly 10 years ago, it’s still a clear, and unpleasant, memory,” Vrentas wrote in an email.
Several side effects include fever, headache, arm soreness, pain at the injection site and a feeling of being rundown, all of which could be unpleasant, but are common reactions to vaccines approved for other diseases.
I just think it was an extraordinary, possibly, kind of one of the most unpleasant experiences that I’ve had, being in any way involved in it.
The new vaccines are likely to produce more unpleasant side-effects than a flu shot, potentially leading recipients to need a day or two off work.

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