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repulsive

Physics concerned with, producing, or being a repulsion
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This dynamic allows the audience to transgress the laws of sexuality, ideology and political parties, repulsively but enjoyably (or being Lacanian jouissance), because, as Kristeva attested, the abject is edged by transgressing the tabooed and cathartically purging individual's impurity to reestablish the narcissistic fantasy (Kristeva 1980: 8-13).
The Russian liberals who oppose the Putin regime are repulsively jaded and unpatriotic.
The report also found Sgt McCabe had "exemplified" hard work and was "repulsively denigrated for being no more than a good citizen and police officer".
Entertainment (Film) Entertainment (Film) Genre: Drama Cast: Gregg Turkington, Amy Seimetz The intentionally, repulsively unfunny comedian Neil Hamburger -- the character played by Gregg Turkington -- is front and centre in Rick Alverson's wildly imaginative, grimly sardonic anti-comedy "Entertainment."
Who would have thought that by her sheer bravery she will make her attempted assassins and their ideology appear so shamefully base and so repulsively repugnant?
The paradox of loss, the notice of the familiar, and even "angst," evaded or swiftly "remedied" by most vampires, is re-lived by the vampire Louis, repulsively and painfully, an anxious path to incessantly unsettle and remind himself of his guilt, monstrosity, and struggles, even as he still owns the potentialities that have supposedly been exploited after being vampirized, the "resoluteness" not to dissolve "angst" (Heidegger 1962, 103, 297).
A swift capacity transition in opposition to the repulsively interacted force among the ionic residuals results in a quick transformation in the final charged characters of the ionic functional residuals, which generates large permeable swelling driving force.
Law, "Electromagnetic energy harvester with repulsively stacked multilayer magnets for low frequency vibrations," Smart Materials and Structures, vol.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines the human variant of a monster as, "A person of repulsively unnatural character, or exhibiting such extreme cruelty or wickedness as to appear inhuman; a monstrous example of evil" MladiAaAaAeAa is such a monste
TIME was that student accommodation was repulsively grim.
The TV ad repulsively ridiculed poor people and failed to draw attention to the actual cause of poor water access in Upper Egypt.