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use "ambivalence" in a sentence

Women who fought in the war were met with ambivalence that fluctuated between admiration and contempt, depending on the woman's motivation and activity.

However, the "bathhouse of the spirits has its own ambivalence, and its own darkness….

In the second sub-stage, named

The ambitious plan envisaged the institution quickly maturing to university status and generating satellite campuses in various South-east Asian countries.

Konno and Ogawa's last single was " ambitious!

From the first moment, Rodríguez Saá embarked on ambitious projects aimed at giving him popularity.

Ebbert described him as "ambitious and reckless of his life."

Buchholz (1999), pp.205-212 The dukes' role in the reformation process was ambitious.

Soon after gaining independence in 1947, Indian leaders established an ambitious national objective of attaining self-reliance in aviation and other strategic industries.

ambitious plans for an invasion of England had to be abandoned.

Seeking to expand on the advances made on Pet Sounds, Wilson began an even more ambitious project, originally dubbed Dumb Angel.

So it's time for Pyung Kang whom he has taken a fatherly liking to 'train' On Dal up again to stop his ambitious new wife and step-son from taking over his 'kingdom'.

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