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According to Russian state media, he spent the night in the distinctly unglamourous "capsule hotel" Vozdushny Express located inside the departures area of Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport.
But Ria soon learns that all that glitters isn't gold on Wall Street -- she has a tyrannical boss, unglamourous colleagues, and long hours that leave her with no time to party.
Having won an unchallenging, three-runner, Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh, Hurricane Run was unexpectedly beaten in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud before scrambling home in a distinctly unglamourous King George.
Many people might back away form a career in social care, seeing it as unglamourous or even a bit too daunting.
But large theories begin with unglamourous documentation: the describing and naming of each species.
But sometimes you realise the best way to conserve wildlife, is simply to leave them alone and be content with the unglamourous task of cleaning up the beach after other people's rubbish.
Is there a symbiotic relationship between the "laddish" celebration of boozing in Irish literature and the abuse of alcohol in contemporary Ireland that you were trying to dissolve by your refusal to depict Eva's drinking as anything other than the unglamourous self-destructiveness of a troubled woman?
It also said the fictional characters of Uri and Gorb were not celebrities and led a "distinctly unglamourous lifestyle".
That means an immediate seven percent cut in the cost of new buses, sewer pipes, and all the other unglamourous items cities purchase.
Generally they take a picture of you at some unglamourous moment.
Instead, of course, the late penalty meant a UEFA Cup place instead and a relatively unglamourous meeting with Czech side Teplice.
It might have an unglamourous badge but the VX packs huge punch for the pounds.
In spite of its postmodern chic, anti-essentialism can be a recipe for unglamourous anxiety, but Dollimore argues that Wilde's "critique of the depth model is accompanied not by Angst but something utterly different and reminiscent of Barthes's jouissance, or what Borges has perceptively called Wilde's 'negligent glee .
Although he held an unglamourous job, Stallkamp's responsibilities were crucial, as he was key in purchasing billions of dollars of automotive parts and equipment from independent suppliers.
In fact, the members of the Commonwealth Division Provost Company and their fellow military gendarmerie spent a great deal of their time around the sharp end, performing duties which were often unpopular, always unglamourous and rarely appreciated.
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