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What's more, American workers are generally unreceptive to such a large payroll tax hike.
Some are especially unreceptive when those directions are coming from a little Black girl.
The aggressive aristocratic man leans in to land an almost violent kiss on the rather unreceptive lips of a woman dressed in peasant clothes, who turns her head aside.
There shouldn't have been an empty seat in the hall (Baltimore remains a sadly unreceptive place for vocal recitals), but those that were there were rewarded with two encores.
Courts have seemed unreceptive to what might be labeled wrongful-life cases.
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