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  • '''Unpopularity''', the opposite of popularity, is the quality of lacking acceptance or ...993>Hymel, S., Bowker, A., & Woody, E. (1993). Aggressive versus withdrawn unpopular children: Variations in peer and self-perceptions in multiple domains. ''Ch
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  • ...rl's Gate) and Karlsplatz in Munich are named after him. Karl Theodor was unpopular with his [[Bavaria|Bavarian]] subjects. His only legitimate child died bef
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  • ...om]] '''to turn a blind eye''' is used to describe the process of ignoring unpopular orders, or inconvenient facts or activities.<ref name=Phrases>
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  • ...undertook comprehensive organizational and personnel changes. He became so unpopular at CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia that a security camera had to be i
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  • ...tor [[Karl Theodor Elector of Bavaria|Karl Theodor]]. Karl Theodor was an unpopular Elector in Bavaria, whose children were banned from achieving the Bavarian
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  • ...Georg Ludwig"), elector or ruler of the German state of Hanover. He was an unpopular king, but created a more stable political system in Britain and helped brin ...use). By political cunning and sound policy, Walpole did much to keep the unpopular Hanoverians on the throne of England.
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  • ...Her 1989 introduction of the Community Charge or 'poll tax' was extremely unpopular - the tax system it replaced was based on property value, while Community C Following Thatcher, John Major was elected. He replaced the unpopular Community Charge with Council Tax, collaborated with [[George H. W. Bush]]
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  • '''Unpopularity''', the opposite of popularity, is the quality of lacking acceptance or ...993>Hymel, S., Bowker, A., & Woody, E. (1993). Aggressive versus withdrawn unpopular children: Variations in peer and self-perceptions in multiple domains. ''Ch
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  • Bormann, who was unpopular with most other officials, derived his power from being indispensable to Hi
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  • ...character of lawyers who have sought to protect the fundamental rights of unpopular clients is a divisive and diversionary tactic." <ref name=TPM>{{citation ...charged in the Boston Massacre to argue that “zealous representation of unpopular clients” is an important American tradition. It said the attacks “under
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  • ...o had arranged the fire himself so he could construct the palace. Nero was unpopular amongst the upper classes, and a rebellion in A.D. 68 led to the end of Ner ...[[Julius Vindex]], led an uprising against Nero's rule. Demonstrating how unpopular Nero was, Vindex had the support of [[Servius Sulpicius Galba]], governor o
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  • ...End to present their demands, including the dismissal of some of his more unpopular ministers and the effective abolition of serfdom. At the same time, other r
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  • ...King James II). She was next in line for the English throne if the hugely unpopular Catholic King James II abdicated. William carefully avoided involvement bef ...James and the Catholics, but William brought in Dutch advisors and became unpopular in England. William in turn had little interest in England save as a source
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  • ...anged appreciably between the two elections, besides linking Salazar to an unpopular Democratic leadership, and appealing to the [[Tea Party movement]]. <ref>{{
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  • Probably the most unpopular of all his reforms was his attempted modernization of the highly traditiona ...Enlightenment, only greed for more territory and willingness to undertake unpopular wars. Joseph was an excessively belligerent, expansionist leader, a man who
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  • ...use of the administrative nightmare of trying to enforce such a profoundly unpopular policy. "As to the hope that it may...induce England to treat us better," w Despite its unpopular nature, the Embargo Act did have some limited, unintended benefits, especia
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  • ...character of lawyers who have sought to protect the fundamental rights of unpopular clients is a divisive and diversionary tactic." <ref name=TPM>{{citation
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  • ...s and a quasi-state, the [[Binh Xuyen]]. While these took place under the unpopular [[Ngo Dinh Diem]] government, they were seen, by the population, as differe
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  • ...venge than an act against the government. As governor, he had supported an unpopular government attempt to reduce the [[drug trade]] by eradicating [[opium]] cr
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