Backlash sentence example

backlash
  • There was an inevitable backlash of incredulity.
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  • After listening to the backlash and public outcries about his decision for days, John Rich posted an explanation "Why I Picked Julio as the Winner" on the CMT website.
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  • The backlash against the show was enormous.
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  • Figures released later are expected to spark a furious backlash against the system.
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  • Given the popularity and public backlash of the show, you can bet that any Jersey Shore book will be equally as popular and equally as despised.
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  • They fear a racist backlash, following the terrorist attacks on the US.
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  • Suddenly, the Miley Cyrus bikini pictures hit and so did the inevitable backlash.
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  • Don't lend money and put in extra work effort to avoid any negative backlash.
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  • However, come 1991, fraught by a press backlash against indie-dance and a growing obsession for US grunge acts like Nirvana, Happy Mondays staged a half-arsed return to the charts with mediocre single 'Judge Fudge'.
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  • It was with this attitude that GM foods were introduced in the UK, and which eventually prompted a huge public backlash.
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  • Apart from those against hunting we have suffered a backlash from the death of Michael Hill on February 9th 1991.
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  • Hugely popular Web site faces backlash over hidden dangers.
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  • Community defense against racist attacks can turn back the racist backlash.
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  • It seems Jones was willing to risk the inevitable backlash to go faster.
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  • Unable to stem the tide of conservative backlash, the liberal forces fell to those of Carrera in March 1840.
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  • Only a consumer backlash will prevent UK firms moving call centers to offshore locations.
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  • Could it be that they fear a massive voter backlash from people who don't want to be part of their coolie class?
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  • The driver for the backlash is that regulation seems to have become businesses ' favorite scapegoat for their own problems.
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  • When correctly shimmed there should be no noticeable tight spots at any point, but with only the slightest trace of backlash.
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  • Even card-carrying Labor supporters are questioning why Crean has not quelled what appears to be an anti-Israel backlash on his backbench.
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  • The figures are the number of stepper motor steps required to take up the backlash.
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  • Can't you hear the negative backlash already?
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  • He also claims that, if a woman had done what he did on stage, there wouldn't be such a backlash.
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  • Girlishness was "in" during the 1980s, which many saw as a backlash against the feminism of the 1970s.
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  • Published in 2004, this book examines the anti-American backlash that surfaced with a vengeance over the war in Iraq.
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  • I broke up with my boyfriend 3 months before and now he's dealing with the backlash.
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  • Prepare yourself for the worst, including the backlash of your partner's anger or sadness, but remain firm on your decision.
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  • Her controversial firing drew a fan backlash.
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  • When the then 43 year old Michelle announced she was pregnant for the 19th time she faced a backlash from some corners.
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  • Indeed, expectations were so high that they generated a backlash, which lasted through the film's opening and early run.
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  • Which in turn will result in a huge electoral backlash against the DUP.
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  • So there would be no fan backlash in replacing Bridge further down the track.
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  • It is precisely such reports and the actions and statements of the government which give the green light to the ' political backlash ' .
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  • Already the unseemly haste with which the media picked up the flashlight for Blair has created signs of a backlash among Labor supporters.
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  • Given the amount of negative comments and fan backlash made around the blogosphere, the hit song that John Rich believes Julio is going to make will most definitely not be a hit.
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  • The show, as popular as it may be, has received its share of backlash from everyone from Tim Gunn to UNICO, to the entire town of Seaside Heights, where the first season of the show was filmed.
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  • Since fashion trends have infiltrated the world of children's clothing resulting in designs that may be too adult-like to meet the approval of some parents, there has been some backlash, particularly in more religious communities.
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  • It is impossible to say whether the children felt that way, but the wave of popularity of talent contests is beginning to have a bit of backlash.
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  • This has generally been regarded as backlash from the "Saturday Night Live" performance, but some maintain that it was just a reaction of her poor singing.
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  • Both girls were single for quite some time and after getting blessings from their parents (because they didn't want any backlash to occur to their younger brother and sister), they said yes.
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