further alienation

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  • Land reform designed to favour the Poles brought further alienation of the Ukrainian population.
  • She realises she will be a misfit in the far off urban setting of Dhaka and would suffer further alienation.
  • The French government made use of the circumstance to justify itself in a still further alienation from the cause of the Prince than it had hitherto manifested, but this was rather pretence than reality. Cited from Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1574-76 by Motley
  • This earlier miscalculation resulted in further alienation and resentment to the nationalist government by the local population, which had already blamed the nationalists for losing the regions to the Japanese invaders during the war.
  • This resulted in further alienation from and resentment against the Nationalist government by the local population, which had already blamed the Nationalists for losing large chunks of the country to the Japanese invaders during the war.
  • The record company wanted to release Tomorrow Has Its Own Sorrow (sung by guest vocalist Lisa Boray) but this was quickly withdrawn as a non-Johnny-led Massada would cause further alienation.
  • While endorsing the right of any national to peacefully protest, president Rosen Plevneliev has depicted the counter-protests as a Bulgarian innovation and also expressed a concern that they could cause further alienation between citizens of disparate ideological persuasions.
  • Iconoclasm played a part in the further alienation of East from West, which worsened during the so-called Photian schism, when Pope Nicholas I challenged the elevation of Photios to the patriarchate.
  • Iconoclasm played its part in the further alienation of East from West, which worsened during the so-called Photian Schism, when Pope Nicholas I challenged Photios' elevation to the patriarchate.
  • She had that power at last, now that the Emperor's rule there was a thing determined, and it was in this moment that papal nepotism was to make a further alienation of them by constituting them into a duchy for the Farnese bastard, Pier Luigi, who was already Duke of Castro. Cited from The Strolling Saint, by Rafael Sabatini