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His father was a cold, impersonal, and unaffectionate electrical engineer.
We worked out a practical and unaffectionate relationship.
Moussa deals with his unaffectionate father and struggles to receive any encouragement from him.
They're not meant in an unaffectionate way, and the language will be poorer if we're not allowed to use them."
This, and his somewhat oily personality contribute to his unaffectionate nickname.
Romantically involved couples can perceive verbal aggressive messages as unaffectionate communication.
Spoiled and with a temper, she is unaffectionate, angry, rude and obstinate.
Similarly, Prophete still had a shrewd and not unaffectionate eye on his several scattered preferments.
At the other end of the pole, unfortunately, Mrs. Happy is a very tenderhearted, quite unaffectionate person.
Was it that he was cold and unaffectionate and you resented it?"
Unaffectionate socialisation is hypothesised to cause tough-minded attitudes.
The hard, thin New England face looked, to Hay's unaffectionate eye, like that of an undernourished goat.
She believes that she is a very affectionate person and that Mr. Happy is an unaffectionate person.
Both books, in different ways, suggested that people, especially urban professional people, need dogs more than ever, as sources of uncritical affection in an increasingly unaffectionate world.
Boyle depicts his whirling, pestilential world like an amused, not unaffectionate Hieronymus Bosch, graphically detailing the 31 flavors of greed.
Icebergs calved from the glaciers of Greenland earned this stretch of water the unaffectionate nickname "Iceberg Alley."
Duckitt has suggested a model of attitude development for SDO, suggesting that unaffectionate socialisation in childhood causes a tough-minded attitude.
The book is Bechdel's attempt to come to grips with her relationship with her mother, an unaffectionate amateur actor trapped in a marriage to a closeted bisexual.
Unaffectionate socialization also had a negative correlation with social conformity - unaffectionate parenting style reduced social conformity beliefs.
He is not unaffectionate about his editor: "He tiptoed through life as though through a minefield, on guard against ambush by germs, heights, insolent civil servants, elevators and cold weather."
Mike's reclusive, unaffectionate father, "Big Mike" (John Cullum), and Mike's well-meaning, but unreliable and unsuccessful brother Rusty (Norm Macdonald), both live in Orson.
As a joke, while playing a 2007 show in Chicago, singer Nathan Winneke blamed the crowd (and the city itself) for being responsible for the EP, in a mockingly unaffectionate tone.
In an apparent test to unearth her softer side, Tiffany Aching made her the reluctant custodian of a small white kitten, for which Granny has so far managed to show affection in a completely unaffectionate manner.
Such are residents' unaffectionate memories of Belfast a decade or two ago, when the economy of this sloping-to-the-sea city of 6,500 residents was dominated by poultry processing, one of the heavy, messy industries Maine has been known for through much of the century.
A female teacher, called Mrs Park (better known by her unaffectionate nickname 'Old Fox' on account of her nasty behaviour and treatment of the students), has discovered something mysterious and weird concerning a late pupil of the school, called Jin-ju.