“Nasty” in the news

Publications and example sentences

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The Wall Street Journal
· Michael Moore’s Inconvenient Half-Truth  
Most of what left-wing film producer Michael Moore has to say about green energy in his latest film, “Planet of the Humans,” is right: These technologies have nasty environmental impacts as do all products of industrial civilization.  Copy example sentence
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The Guardian
· Czechs expel two Russian diplomats over fake poisoning plot  
“It’s hard to imagine the government would expel two Russian diplomats just because they said nasty things about each other.”  Copy example sentence
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The Guardian
· Killing of elephant with explosive-laden fruit causes outrage in India  
However, the issue took another nasty turn after it was co-opted by rightwing Hindu nationalists, who blamed a Muslim community for deliberately carrying out the killing.  Copy example sentence
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Seeking Alpha
· 2 Reasons For The Sharp Decline In Gold Open Interest- Less Liquidity Could Lead To More Volatility  
The gold EFP business became nasty for the dealers.  Copy example sentence
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The Guardian
· Steve Priest: the outrageous Sweet bassist who presaged heavy metal  
“We’re a nasty group,” they were fond of telling journalists, mooting the unrealised idea for an album with the similarly punk-foreshadowing title We’re Revolting.  Copy example sentence
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The Age
· Minecraft spin-off a dungeon-crawling loot-fest for all ages  
You can see all the potential enchantments a piece of gear can develop when you first pick it up, and pairing them with artifacts (collectible spells of which you can equip three at a time) enables you to plan out some complimentary or just plain nasty builds.  Copy example sentence
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Seeking Alpha
· Why The Stock Market Could Be Poised For Another Plunge  
As you probably noticed from the chart above, however, returns over the past decade have exceeded this measure's forecast by several percent per year so it's certainly possible for the market to avoid such a nasty fate.  Copy example sentence
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CNA
· On this day: Born Jun 4, 1965 - Mick Doohan, motorcycle world champion  
He joined the powerhouse team in 1989 and quickly found his feet, looking set to win his maiden world title in 1992 before a nasty crash during practice for the Dutch TT at Assen shattered his right leg.  Copy example sentence