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not special in any way

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Ten thousand workers took up their deer rifles and hunting shotguns and marched against the mining establishment and its allies within a compliant state government, calling for better wages and other benefits that seem completely unexceptional today.
Or else we slip back into the habits of essentialism--at least when it comes to our unexceptional quotidian bodies.
Miranda and others are cautious about extrapolating the finding to other cities and water-treatment systems, although they say that Wayne Count, s system is unexceptional.
Jesus prayed at unexceptional times and at pivotal moments of his ministry.
If that is done, they continued, "One notes that the 20th century is unexceptional and, for what it is worth, that there is a downward trend over the 20th century.
A difficult fact of the campaign was that Cogswell was challenging the only black member of the council--a cautious and unexceptional fellow, but black; and to white Seattle-ites for whom color is a symbol more than a neighbor, this was big.
Polemical books are nothing new to the historiography of the English Revolution of the mid-seventeenth century, and in that sense this one is unexceptional.
These reflexive works--unedited, often silent, and never more than ten minutes long--usually pair an isolated cinematic or technical convention with some sort of outwardly unexceptional activity.
Einstein briefly dropped out of high school at age 15, and he graduated from university with unexceptional grades.
It must have been difficult, then, to select modern Israeli buildings: the Botta synagogue is fully justified here, the Gehry museum project probably unavoidable; but I would personally have substituted the excellent International School for Holocaust Studies in Jerusalem, by Guggenheim, Bloch and Mintz, for the unexceptional school in Haifa by the Mansfeld family.
They are mostly unaware, however, that until recently their impressive entryway was an unexceptional loading dock the unattractive backside of a building also known as 627 Broadway.
With the claustrophobic setting and the unexceptional performances, it feels more like a straight-to-video job than a proper film, despite the presence of acclaimed director Peter Bogdanovich.
The content of the instruction is unexceptional, but the video is viewer friendly.
Where most historians see the North as lawless and ungovernable, an exception within the English state, Hoyle tends to see the region as quite governable and generally unexceptional.
Finally, the guidance notes that occasional use of primary credit for short-term contingency funding should be viewed as appropriate and unexceptional by both management and supervisors.