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  • r  showing disapproval; in a disparaging way

  • Cura has been accused of egotism (a charge intensified by a notorious London appearance in which he conducted his own recital), he has been unfavourably compared to the older man .

  • Ralph Recto in AFP
    The performance of merchandise exports continued to fare unfavourably when compared to the previous year,said Socio-economic Planning Secretary Ralph Recto.
  • Mike Selvey in Hindu
    One senior player revealed to me that during the camp Moores 'in your face' approach compared unfavourably with Fletcher's assertive but unobtrusive style. Moores has been forced to adapt, which is not a sign of strength,said Selvey, a former...
  • Hashim Amla in CricInfo.com
    Some are going up, some are keeping a bit low,Amla said of the pitch. "But by and large it hasn't reacted too unfavourably. Maybe a little bit more difficult tomorrow, depending if the cracks open up, but if it doesn't then hopefully we...

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