But while the general electorate may be ambivalent about the outcome on Nov. 6, one key player is not: organized labor.
The films were moderate successes, especially for an American market that has always been ambivalent toward foreign cinema.
When it comes to elitism and everyman, we have a complicated, ambivalent, and often nonsensical relationship to both.
Public opinion is ambivalent, not adamant, with conflicting polls delivering contrary messages.
But she denied those charges on the Christian Broadcast Network, once again highlighting her ambivalent stance on gay rights.
The phenomenon of a black upper class has always been complicated, ambivalent.
With the decline of this ambivalence the taboo, as the compromise symptom of the ambivalent conflict, also slowly disappeared.
Let us recall that in our earlier discussion we took note of the ambivalent character of love.
Thus we find again that taboo has grown out of the soil of an ambivalent emotional attitude.
Let us suppose the subject has ambivalent feelings toward his father.