unenviably


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unenviably

(ʌnˈɛnvɪəblɪ)
adv
in an unenviable manner
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But Anderson, fit again after the side strain which ruled him out of the final two Tests of last summer's Ashes success, has no doubt Alastair Cook's tourists can measure up to an unenviably tough challenge in the desert.
But Anderson, fit again after the side strain which ruled him out of the final two Tests of the summer's Ashes success, has no doubt Alastair Cook's tourists can measure up to an unenviably tough challenge in the desert.
The country is unenviably placed 142 of 189 countries in the latest update of the World Bank's ease of doing business ranking.
Kate Brown has an unenviably tough call to make in choosing between Patty Perlow and Kamala Shugar to succeed Lane County District Attorney Alex Gardner, who is leaving at the end of the month for a job with the Oregon State Police.
Hezbollah's decisions to go to war gave Al-Qaeda-linked groups a rationale to strike Lebanon, and Shandab has felt the repercussions directly with the suspects he's unenviably agreed to defend -- namely, Naim Abbas, Omar al-Atrash and Joumana Hmeid, all of whom were charged with having links to terrorist groups, including the Abdullah Azzam Brigades.
Therefore, Nigerian political culture is unenviably couched on clientelism and prebendal politics which further enhances our understanding of political corruption.
It is very well done, well acted - particularly by Walt Kissack, who unenviably takes the title role.
With neighbours Everton similarly struggling, there is something unenviably unique about the 214th meeting between the two sides at Goodison tomorrow.
Which brings us to this Sunday, his fourth Arc and his continuing love affair with France, where he has already won one Group 1 Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud, in 2008, and finished second by a nose in this year's, to go with his unenviably consistent record at Longchamp.