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dis uh fek tid

  • v  arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness
  • s  discontented as toward authority

  • The leader of the disaffected in next year's presidential election the Howard Dean, the Ross Perot, the Pat Buchanan is a kindly great-grandfather and obstetrician whose .
  • There are hundreds of online paper mills like this one, catering to all the stressed-out, disaffected or just plain lazy students with Internet access and a credit card or money .
  • What's more, JI operatives are still receiving training in secret locations in Asia and JI can continue to count on a steady supply of disaffected, angry young Muslims ready to .

  • Henry King in Reuters
    He's not an arch-criminal type, just a guy who was disaffected from the system,King said.
  • Manmohan Singh in The News - International
    I would like to reiterate that the doors for dialogue are open to all disaffected groups, including ULFA, who are willing to abjure violence,Singh told reporters after reviewing security in the remote state.

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