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One of these boys was unpopular with the others, and they invented a method of punishing him for supposed offenses.
Two weeklies, which were unpopular from the first, began to be published at Boston early in 1831.
If this unpopular psychology I have explained was adopted everywhere as true, we would never hear expressions of hate.
NATIONAL BEING(A.E.)GEORGE WILLIAM RUSSELL
He himself tried to impose an unpopular policy on an unwilling people, and never condescended to explain his motives.
Others wrote as they did, because they feared it would be unpopular to write otherwise.
THE INNOCENTS ABROADMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
On the other hand, he was not unpopular; it was more that they stood a little in awe of him.
ANGEL ISLANDINEZ HAYNES GILLMORE
Somehow, although he was in no sense of the word an unpopular man, it was a rare thing for any one to seek his company uninvited.
BERENICEE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Lincoln took the full responsibility, as he often did when dealing with risky or unpopular 555measures.
There is not, and we firmly believe that there never was, in this country a party so unpopular.
An itinerant lecturer upon an unpopular cause has enough hot water without seeking out a geyser.

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