Indeed, some industry figures have made their grudging peace with her and the agency.
My grudging Google of “heptilateral calculus equations” turned up zero hits.
First, we enjoy a denial so implausible it verges on the antagonistic, then a grudging acknowledgment of the facts of the matter.
After her own meeting with Clinton, Suu Kyi gave a grudging nod to an ease in sanctions, just not immediately.
He even seemed on his way to prevailing as the uproar died down and outrage sputtered into grudging acceptance.
Whipping out his sabre with a rapid gesture, and merely muttering a discourteous and grudging: "Be on your guard!"
"He's a loyal kid, at that," Burke commented, with a grudging admiration.
The white man, a complete unbeliever, gives his evidence in grudging fashion, but cannot get past the facts.
Also there was a grudging note of admiration in his voice when he next spoke.
I am full of wrong and miserable feelings, which it is useless to detail, so grudging and sullen, when I should be thankful.