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1(criticism/optimism/suspicion) injustificadoImprenta no justificadoImprenta no alineado
- Oppression or unjustified imposition can never be tolerated.
- It wounds our egos when patients leave us, no matter how unjustified their reasons.
- The argument is between giving unjustified publicity to an unsupported claim and denying our readers an insight into a story of the day.
- The owners' response was that the charterers' complaint was unjustified.
- In my opinion, such a negative take is quite unjustified.
- The meeting was prompted by the high number of complaints by Bulgarian citizens of unjustified visa refusals.
- They say the increase is unjustified because the car park is a magnet for vandals and has no lighting.
- A planning minister said last year that banning the mast on health grounds would be wholly unjustified.
- It led to unnecessary formalism and unjustified categorisation of witnesses.
- The term carries negative connotations, especially the insinuation that any mistrust or fear of others is unjustified and irrational.
- Nor did he specify what action might be taken if evidence emerged of unjustified price rises.
- Many of the fears surrounding the bill are completely unjustified and baseless when you stop to take a look at it.
- Their methods and motives are now universally regarded as brutal, unfair and unjustified.
- Can the director explain why demolished properties will be subject to unjustified disruption?
- I believe that we will be judged on this record and not by unkind and unjustified personal remarks in the press.
- This is political correctness gone mad and yet another case of unjustified stereotyping.
- An unjustified belief cannot transfer justification to another belief via the basis relation.
- The writers community believes the protests over the book are unjustified and ridiculous.
- The indictment will not seek to prove that the war was justified or unjustified.
- All of the sudden, everything he did seemed somehow wrong - flawed, unjustified.
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