(1) Nor do we taint John Le Carre's understated brilliance with the unpalatable thought that Jeffrey Archer is forever trying helplessly to write in roughly the same genre.(2) True to his words and to my amazement, he has selected some of the ones I thought were unpalatable to the taste of the Chinese authorities.(3) It's an African continent too deeply locked into a historical discourse with the west to see past the rhetoric and face the unpalatable hard bitter truth.(4) During the first trial, we waited until the bird ate both items to make sure that each bird at least tasted an unpalatable prey item.(5) The fat intake is so low in his diet that many find the food choices inflexible and unpalatable .(6) The walnut pave is more moist than many walnut breads and free from that bitter, slightly mouldy taste that can make walnuts unpalatable .(7) Whereas previously it was rather unpalatable on its own, it has improved greatly in flavour and is now versatile enough to be used in cooking.(8) In fact, the unpalatable truth is that our ocker mates are pretty damned good at everything they do.(9) Often it will have a sour, smelly, unpalatable fermentation.(10) In its simplest form it is quick to produce, but almost unpalatable to modern tastes!(11) Democracy requires that the results of a properly certified vote be accepted, no matter how unpalatable the outcome.(12) While it understandably upsets Western sensibilities, the unpalatable truth is that it has been successful in cutting the number of suicide bombers, and it is here to say.(13) It is unpalatable to livestock because of its bitter taste so ranchers consider it to be a noxious weed.(14) The unpalatable fact is that most young ladies are simply not interested in sport, or certainly not in the boys' numbers.(15) But the unpalatable fact is that we do live in a different world and we have to take appropriate steps.(16) And, unpalatable - or even downright outrageous - though it may seem, we will, eventually, have to start listening.