Ambivalent Definition

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1. A deconstructive reading of the story , indicates the author's ambivalent attitude towards this binary opposition. 1
2. All this must have raised in the laity ambivalent feelings. 1
3. Although she professed fear of the Russians, she seemed to have ambivalent feelings toward Philby himself. 1
4. Although the first researcher, Dr Ray Hyman, remained ambivalent, the second, Professor Jessica Utts from the University of California at Davis, concluded that psychic phenomena were indeed real. 1
5. Although the first researcher, Dr Ray Hyman, remained ambivalent, the second, Professor Jessica Utts from the University of California at Davis, concluded that psychic phenomena were indeed real.This website/psychic.html 1
6. Ancient mythology points up many of the ambivalent feelings people still have about the sea or the deep. 1
7. And though there were plenty of strong opinions, much of the parish still seemed profoundly ambivalent about the protest. 1
8. As a consumer I am more ambivalent. 1
9. As producers, their views will be more ambivalent, depending on whether they work in sunset or sunrise industries. 1
10. At the beginning of the popular health system many people had an ambivalent attitude to traditional herbal remedies. 1
11. At the moment, the public has a rather ambivalent attitude toward science. 1
12. At the same time, his work revealed ambivalent emotions about women, Frey writes. 1
13. At the very least, men generally assume their ambivalent feelings are normal. 1
14. Athletes and fans alike seem to have an ambivalent attitude to drugs. 1
15. Blaming the victim However, the moral status of the victim is often portrayed as ambivalent in murder trials. 1
16. Both husband and wife are undecided and somewhat ambivalent about having a child, or buying a house. 1
17. Britons ambivalent about Charles remarrying. 1
18. Bungy and I had had an ambivalent relationship over years. 1
19. But elements of a more ambivalent, productive, associative approach to signification also exist within feminist psychology. 1
20. But the attitudes toward weight will continue to be ambivalent at best — ranging from Bourdain's acerbic take to Appleman's almost Calvinistic sternness about his own body. 1
21. But the girl appears to be beset by powerful ambivalent feelings as she looks at the wolf resting beside her. 1
22. But the public mood is more ambivalent. 1
23. China's dispatch of two warships to help battle Somalian pirates has drawn an ambivalent global reaction – a sign of the decidedly mixed feelings toward its bid for big-power status. 1
24. Chutra seemed ambivalent about the perpetually gathering crowds. 1
25. Consider two kinds of ambivalent transgressive reinscription within gay culture, camp and machismo. 1
26. Enlil had an ambivalent attitude to mankind. 1
27. Equally ambivalent were local attitudes to the wholesale billeting in Sussex of regular troops and other county militias during invasion scares. 1
28. He feels rather ambivalent about his role as teacher. 1
29. He has an ambivalent attitude towards her. 1
30. He has fairly ambivalent feelings towards his father. 1
 

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