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hostility

(hŏ-stĭl′ĭ-tē)
The manifestation of anger, animosity, or antagonism in a situation in which such a reaction is unwarranted. Hostility may be directed toward oneself, others, or inanimate objects. It is almost always a symptom of depression.
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Hostile Planet logged approximately 1,800 hours of footage, traversed all seven continents in 82 shoots over 1,300 days of filming and employed 245 crew members on location.
A letter by Ms James in response to the petition said many hostile architecture features could be installed post-construction and may not be subject to planning controls.
"Specifically, Roy alleged that CCS violated Title VII and 4572 of the MHRA by not responding adequately to her complaints about the hostile work environment and by retaliating against her in terminating her employment for protected complaints.
The reporter added that the aggression was carried out from over the Lebanese territories and a number of the hostile targets were downed.
KCNA quoted Kim as stating that "on-target impact" on hostile forces will be made through the large-scale construction project.
We need a fair and robust immigration system, but the hostile environment isnt it and the Government should end it.
"Four border policemen were wounded by heavy gunfire by hostile elements," he said.
Estelito Mendoza, lawyer of Revilla, explained that their camp can ask Sunas leading questions since she was declared by the court as a 'hostile witness.'
'We shall defeat hostile attempts through national cohesion.
To expand upon previous studies about the hostile media effect-which occurs when a neutral news story is perceived as biased against an individual's own viewpoint--researchers examined its impact in social media.
She pointed out that Mr Byrne had announced plans to create a "hostile environment" for illegal immigrants, when he was the immigration minister in a Labour government in 2007.
She pointed out that Mr Byrne (pictured) had announced plans to create a "hostile environment" for illegal immigrants, when he was the immigration minister in a Labour government in 2007.