In literature, ¬ attractiveness often symbolizes an admirable protagonist, while ugliness indicates the abominable antagonist.
I think we can see demonstrative from these charts, that man has done a rather admirable job of imitating the human brain.
You will see a time in which we as a nation finally recognise relationships between two men or two women as just as real and admirable as relationships between a man and a woman.
The trauma of partition ensured that relations with Pakistan would long be dreadful, and India has shown admirable restraint in the face of bloody provocations from across the border.
It is admirable for a man to take his son fishing, but there is a special place in heaven for the cool dad who takes his daughter shopping.
This was the human stuff of America. It wasnot the stuff one would have chosen to make a nation or an admirable nationalcharacter.
Along with everything admirable and honourable that the US and its leaders have achieved, Bush was both heir and product of this tainted legacy.
He said that China's reform, opening up and modernization drive have scored admirable achievements and China is playing an increasingly important role in international affairs.
That certainly is an admirable sentiment, and I certainly find sympathetic the notion that Google should commit to buying green power.
We'd have been happier if we'd got the three points but the attitude, even when United equalised when we came back and went for the three points, was admirable.