01. Violent movies can have quite a [negative] effect on children.
02. His discoveries in evolution lead him to [negate] his former religious beliefs.
03. His continued [negativity] has cost him most of his friends.
04. Why are you always so [negative]; can't you look at the bright side for once?
05. Two elements which are [negatively] charged will repel one another.
06. News from the area is very [negative], and analysts are predicting the worse.
07. I have only received [negative] responses to my requests for an interview.
08. Willie Nelson tells us that once you replace [negative] thoughts with positive ones, you'll start having positive results.
09. Celery has [negative] calories; it takes more calories to eat and digest a piece of celery than the celery has in it initially.
10. Our economy has been [negatively] affected by the events in the Far East, and many people may lose their jobs as a consequence.
11. The position of women in traditional Chinese society is often portrayed in [negative] terms by Western observers.
12. In all societies, those who are favored have a vested interest in conserving and consolidating their share; those who are [negatively] privileged seek to increase theirs.
13. Reggae star Bob Marley sang, "Just can't live that [negative] way; make way for the positive day."
14. The coach is always quite [negative] towards the kids, so their level of confidence is getting lower and lower.
15. 2001 was the first whole year of [negative] growth in the economy of Taiwan since 1947.
16. News of the cancelation of the government contract has [negatively] affected the share price for stocks in the company.
17. Bill Gates stated that once you embrace unpleasant news not as a [negative] but as evidence of a need for change, you aren't defeated by it.
18. It is generally agreed that poor indoor air can [negatively] affect employee health and productivity.
19. You will always have a certain amount of stress in your life, but it doesn't have to have a [negative] impact on your health and well-being.
20. The increase in tax revenues has been [negated] by rising costs for the public health system.
21. By lying to me about this, you have totally [negated] all the trust we had built up.
22. Unfortunately, this rise in costs completely [negates] the benefits of our increase in sales.
23. You need to clear all those [negative] thoughts from your mind.

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