"People have this love-hate
relationship with tennis," the Independent quoted Muguruza as saying.
As I express my thoughts on why I love my love-hate
relationship with my mother, I come upon this realization: I want to be like her.
"The truth is that growing up female with the mass media helped make me a feminist, and it helped make millions of other women feminists, too." The media have been schizophrenic about women, providing a vast array of mixed messages, thus explaining the love-hate
relationship that many women have toward the media.
Thor hunk Chris Hemsworth has opened up about his love-hate
relationship with his actor brothers Luke and Liam, Miley Cyrus's ex.
It's 1998, and Eva Glenn is a record exec who has a love-hate
relationship with her cronies in the music biz.
With its jacket cover photo of a bustling O'Connell Street, kelly green disks emblazoned with a girdle of silver Celtic knots, and an astounding cast of world-class Irish performers, this audiobook was designed to deliver the Dublin with which James Joyce had such a love-hate
relationship right to your door and disk player.
Secretly endeared, however, Keller spent the next several seasons in a fierce love-hate
struggle to win Beecher's heart, at one point famously showing what Genet would call his "bronze eye" in taunting flirtation.
Kain gives the impression that she has a love-hate
relationship with her profession, one that demands perfection though she herself is as fallible as the rest--prone to excess and reckless in love.
This is not "Evolution for Dummies," but an erudite analysis of the love-hate
relationship of science and religion.
Viewers familiar with William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night will enjoy the similarities in 18th-century playwright Marivaux's The Triumph of Love, yet another take on hidden identity and the love-hate
battle of the sexes.
The plot follows Alice from her childhood through her early 30s, when a not-too-surprising family secret is finally revealed; and deftly weaves in the love-hate
relationships, Oedipal complexes, and sibling rivalry occurring in the family members, who all bear psychological wounds.
Both plays depict a lifelong love-hate
relationship between two individuals whose isolation is penetrated by a romantically threatening third party.