Ambition can be seen as bordering on ruthlessness, and the writer is concerned to show that the ruthless connotation
of ambitious is not relevant here.
For me, accountant has almost a negative connotation
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I found that an excellent way of developing the concept of word connotation
is through a biofeedback experience with an instrument called the Galvanic-Skin Response Meter or an Electrodermograph (EDG)/Skin Conductance Instrument.
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Besides the satirical theme, Donne's poetry drops much of alchemy's negative connotation
and uses it as a rich source of metaphor, often with a clear Paracelsian basis, for a wide range of positive qualities.
So what is the world's most perfect product name, which not only is easy to pronounce in many languages but also carries a positive connotation
However, Reynolds says the old name gave the connotation
that everything about the areas needs improvement.
Reading that connotation
into the name is absolutely stupid," he told The Dominion Post of Wellington, New Zealand.
Although the company's name may carry a negative connotation
, Philip Morris's philanthropic arm has embraced the dance community.
Cancer strikes fewer people than heart disease, stroke or circulatory ailments, but it has a harsher connotation
to people because they rarely die immediately and there has been a good deal of pain involved with cancer, so people are quite naturally fearful of the disease,'' said Brown, who is the director of community applications of research at UCLA's Jonsson Cancer Center.
Nevertheless, we do think that although Liles has been in trouble in the past for a number of different matters, this sentence was too long, having regard that there was no sexual connotation
or association with these two young children.