We've had some unusually cold weather this winter. From LearnThat.org.
She was unusually tall. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Adjective : an unusual sound; an unusual hobby; an unusual response. From Dictionary.com.
Russell, 48, a Nampa native who lives in Utah, was among three men who contacted the Statesman about what they described as unusually attentive behavior on Craig's part. From Wordnik.com. [From the WSJ Opinion Archives] Reference
USATODAY. com - Kerry wins New Jersey in unusually close race. From Wordnik.com. [USATODAY.com - Kerry wins New Jersey in unusually close race] Reference
This resulted in unusually stable, double-stranded structures resembling natural DNA. From Wordnik.com. [Creating Alien Life on Earth « Isegoria] Reference
Tom was in unusually high spirits, and appeared wholly bent upon his Canadian expedition. From Wordnik.com. [Roughing It in the Bush] Reference
His countenance, they describe as unusually benignant; his features less negro-like than common, and his manners frank and open. From Wordnik.com. [The History of Tasmania , Volume II] Reference
Now a new study has revealed more about how they do it: wild New Caledonian crows live in unusually small family groups, scientists say. From Wordnik.com. [New Caledonian Crows Teach Tool Use By Taking Children To 'School'] Reference
When Apple's iPad came into full view, pundits called the unusually thick black bezel running around the device's 9. 7-inch screen a design flaw. From Wordnik.com. [Geek.com] Reference
La Familia is known as unusually violent, even by Mexico's standards. From Wordnik.com. [The Herald | HeraldOnline.com - Front] Reference
La Nina is defined as unusually cool water temperatures in the eastern Pacific Ocean near the equator. From Wordnik.com. [Born Again Redneck] Reference
We aren't after all victims of something "unusually" barbarous. From Wordnik.com. [Samo, Samo: Civilization (vs) the Barbarians] Reference
If this were actually true in any meaningful sense of the word "unusually" it would still have no bearing on the climate issue. From Wordnik.com. [Joseph Romm: Media Enable Denier Spin: A (Sort of) Cold January Doesn't Mean Climate Stopped Warming] Reference
But those words describe the kind of unusually tough paper that researchers at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville have developed. From Wordnik.com. [Archive 2006-09-01] Reference
Kerry wins New Jersey in unusually close race. From Wordnik.com. [USATODAY.com - Kerry wins New Jersey in unusually close race] Reference
But his father was "unusually" tolerant of his views. From Wordnik.com. [Books news, reviews and author interviews | guardian.co.uk] Reference
Nelson deplored his loss in terms unusually vivacious: "Oh, miserable Board of Admiralty!. From Wordnik.com. [The Life of Nelson, Volume 1 (of 2) The Embodiment of the Sea Power of Great Britain] Reference
Nelson deplored his loss in terms unusually vivacious: “Oh, miserable Board of Admiralty!. From Wordnik.com. [The Life of Nelson]
The company may "unusually" do a deal in the upper-single-digit billions of dollars, he said. From Wordnik.com. [BusinessWeek.com -- Top News] Reference
He is known as unusually friendly with several Martians in Greater New York of bad reputation. ". From Wordnik.com. [Brigands of the Moon] Reference
After two kind of unusually years I think it's going to start to be more like regular seasonality. From Wordnik.com. [Electronics for Imaging CEO Discusses Q3 2010 Results - Earnings Call Transcript -- Seeking Alpha] Reference
Only a few clues have emerged so far regarding the cause of death, such as unusually thin layers of blubber on some dead calves. From Wordnik.com. [Livescience.com] Reference
German gas inventories are "unusually" low, while Slovenia said supplies may last less than a month and Croatia sourced emergency imports. From Wordnik.com. [Top Stories - Google News] Reference
These numbers from the unusually candid record company itself. From Wordnik.com. [Superstars And Super Hype To The Rescue] Reference
Copytalk is an unusually direct example of an accelerating trend. From Wordnik.com. [The Practical Futurist: Chennai, Take A Letter] Reference
Floods and tornadoes also ravaged the state during an unusually harsh spring. From Wordnik.com. [Mail Call: A Burst of Innovative Global Giving Pays Off] Reference
Still, Dean's efforts to keep official papers secret appear unusually extensive. From Wordnik.com. [Politics: What's In Howard Dean's Secret Vermont] Reference
But villagers in Brgat and Srebreno did hear engines unusually low and loud overhead. From Wordnik.com. [Death In The Mountains: How A Vip Jet Strayed] Reference
These stocks offer global investors an unusually safe way to invest in China's booming economy. From Wordnik.com. [China's Torrid Trio] Reference
And, to be fair, the scientists and engineers of the 20th century were unusually blessed with world wars. From Wordnik.com. [Three Magic Wands] Reference
Monahans 1998 was safe in their lab less than two days after it hit Earth, so they examined an unusually fresh sample. From Wordnik.com. [Ancient Water From Afar] Reference
Tips of cigarettes, stoked by an unusually chill wind, glow in near pitch darkness as two dozen jeep engines roar nearby. From Wordnik.com. ['Lord... Just Help Us Kill 'Em'] Reference
Without naming any names, he claimed in an unusually candid speech that economic figures had been "rigged" in the first half of 2009. From Wordnik.com. [China and the Fights Within its Single Party] Reference
More unusually, the policeman's family has joined the effort: Oliver's daughter made a plea to set aside the death sentence last week. From Wordnik.com. [An Unusual Mercy Plea] Reference
When he tried to expand into Germany, Nehoray found that his site was getting lots of new visitors but unusually few paying customers. From Wordnik.com. [WHEN MICE ATTACK] Reference
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