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found in the ordinary course of events

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Ask for "The Unremarkable Squire" at your favorite bookstore, or buy it online at the Barking Rain Press website, Amazon.
3) Aimee Upjohn Light, "Responses to Devaka Premawardhana's 'The Unremarkable Hybrid: Aloysius Pieris and the Redundancy of Multiple Religious Belonging,'" J.
If melting into the background is what you want (maybe you're a private detective), this can't be beaten as a set of unremarkable wheels.
Compare that with Sophia's demure, sugary sweet but unremarkable frock with too high, too big shoes, and you begin to wonder how this 24-year-old vicar's daughter ever got beyond the audition for this predicted blockbuster.
THIS COMMON CELL phone may strike you as unremarkable, a familiar telecom device that, in this photo, is displaying the text message,"Yeah, yeah.
And this is just the diachronic performance history Friedman traces, after first offering a careful, if unremarkable, reading of each play text.
The patient has had an unremarkable 3-month post-surgery follow-up with no further treatment.
Tademy's unremarkable but adequate writing style is compensated for by the wealth of content that she weaves into her ancestral story.
The standard, 8-foot-wide, double-loaded corridor-- often unremarkable and Disorienting--leaves residents with no place to congregate near their rooms and no desire to trudge all the way down to a central hub.
A pleasant though unremarkable voice, but a very pleasant listen, partly because of the creative arrangements, varying from accordion-tinged folk to reggae, and partly because she trips through the tunes so lightly and sings with a smile.
Cheery melodies and Malone's sweet alto voice counteract any lyrical gloom, but her music, although pleasant, remains unremarkable.
Ubiquitous but generally unremarkable, absorbed by many but the absorption of very few, church coffee is, I believe, both the ground--or grounds--on which so many congregations stand together and the energizing lifeblood of parish life.
the author maintains, "is overthrown by the modernity of a fugitive moment, an unremarkable instant.
Joan Kappey and her sister Christian were from a well- connected military family, living an unremarkable life in Windsor.