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in a manner that is not typical

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In the opera he atypically uses extensive ballet vocabulary with long body lines, which makes one wonder why Frederick Ashton's previous choreography for the opera was deemed too classical.
Margins for the Memorial are weak though not atypically so for a human service provider.
14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Spot market freight volume was atypically strong for the season in December, increasing 3.
Atypically trappy looking Newmarket handicap for the opener at HQ and it could pay to row in with local hero John Gosden's CEDAR MOUNTAIN (2.
Atypically, the son of Danzig, who was bred by the beleaguered Classic Star LLC in Kentucky, was not bought through a sales ring.
After getting an atypically strong start in the first round of the 110-meter hurdles, Mitchum hit the third hurdle hard, which upset his rhythm, and finished sixth in 14.
But Milton Keynes never came close to capitalising on an atypically error-strewn quarter from Newcastle.
agrees Alan Spencer, creator of the atypically anarchic '80s sitcom ``Sledge Hammer
Faith electronically updated, the work is all the more creepily powerful for its atypically modest means: The grave, it tells you, is a fine and private place.
Here though, he's working with an atypically light comic touch and, while the film is better at individual scenes than a cohesive whole, the result is rewardingly entertaining.
The district and labor groups recently settled atypically contentious negotiations, which will require a small budget adjustment for fiscal 2007.
4 percent, however, from July's atypically strong demand.
It was atypically good news for an American breeze-up sale, where clearance rates tend to hover in the 50-60 per cent range.
It was written by a typical teen who, in an atypically public way, put her heart and soul on the line.
How else can one of European football's master schemers explain a move which relegated the previously busy Craig Bellamy to a peripheral right-sided role, limited Shola Ameobi to the odd foray inside from the lonely left flank, utterly confused Patrick Kluivert and allowed Alan Shearer more playing time than an atypically ineffective performance truly deserved?