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i think some people are like that. I am not really sure how to deal with them. It kinds of depends on how your biggest supervisor is like. One of my friends had such a pain-of-ass person is her thesis evaluation committee( I don't know how to say it properly), who complains about her work very negatively and rudely. later her biggest supervisor fired that person in the committee .. but not all biggest supervisors are nice people, in that case, either you become very smart to deal with them, or in my case, leave for a better place..
don't understand why some people cannot directly give comments. especially in academia.. collins dictionary doesnot seem to think Feisty as a compliment though, well he may have used it in another way though:
If you describe someone as feisty, you mean that they are tough, independent, and spirited, often when you would not expect them to be, for example because they are old or ill.
At 66, she was as feisty as ever.
= spunky "
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