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unenviably

(ʌnˈɛnvɪəblɪ)
adv
in an unenviable manner
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Labour deputy leader and West Bromwich East MP Tom Watson said Mrs May had "an unenviably difficult job - and she did it badly".
He is thereby faced with the unenviably difficult task of finding a solution as to how to provide narratives for complex states of affairs, and is confronted with considerable problems when attempting to address certain groups prone to general protest in order to provide these groups with communicative offerings free from positions of resentment and fear-laden demands.43
New Orleans unenviably straddles both sets of circumstances (43-45).
With just 11 points from nine matches under their belt, they are unenviably placed eighth in the standings.
It also gave the man a chance to explain his unenviably chilly situation.
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.
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.
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.
A high-definition camera captures the ponderous grace of the rime-encrusted giants and their desperate fight for survival in a surrealistically beautiful but unenviably harsh environment.
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.
What began as an unenviably tough task for John Thompson, the Microsoft board member leading the search process, could very well end with the highly regarded executive being picked himself to succeed Ballmer.
Seteolu (2005: 36) has noted that "Clientelism assists to understand the mechanism of how class control legitimizes the lopsided distribution of resources among social groups and enhances the status of the political elite." Therefore, Nigerian political culture is unenviably couched on clientelism and prebendal politics which further enhances our understanding of political corruption.