persona non grata

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persona non grata

  (formal)
someone who is not acceptable or not welcome He published a book criticizing the war and was instantly declared persona non grata by the authorities.
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Every persona has its own unique posture and physical gestures, facial expressions, vocal tonality, and sayings.
We are very excited to launch our Mobile Performance DSP at Gamescom," said Ofir Pasternak, CEO and founder of Persona.
Call-based Marketing Automation company ResponseTap has released new research into the customer journey, developing five core personas which offer valuable insights to who 'unknown customers' are for brands.
We're delighted to be able to bring Persona 4 Arena Ultimax to Europe for all the fans of the series over here," said Jurgen Post, president and COO for SEGA Europe.
An improved version of the T Persona Standard launched in October 2013, T Persona Premium, enables customers to use their smartphone in two distinct modes, business and personal, with two separate phone numbers.
Sanita Persona manufactures and distributes a range of private label products including, wet wipes, hand sanitizers, and antibacterial soaps, as well as household cleansers.
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 continues the imaginative twists of its predecessor, but manages to streamline the experience, making it more accessible than before.
The poems are arranged so effectively that by reading them in the order in which they are presented, a reader comes to know Morejon as a person as well as a persona.
For employees at Persona Communications, employee benefits means more than the free cable, although no one is complaining.
I would argue that this work was the culmination of years of careful orchestration of his public persona.
For Kerry, comedians have tried the Rich Guy persona (he went to a Swiss boarding school), along with a variation of the Gold Digger (his wife inherited part of the Heinz food fortune).
Dean's efforts to address his persona problems came too late.
They combine Professional Series and Persona ID Card Printer/Encoders with the company's new Build-A-Badge Photo ID Software.
In a nutshell: Vocalist Pat Hodges displays impressive range as she dons the persona of blues legend Bessie Smith and a number of other stellar divas.