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not irritating, strident, or loud

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restrained in style or quality

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They just backed off a little bit from being out there and are being a bit more low-key," the source said.
We last met him Saturday evening for an open discussion on Extremism specifically focusing on the dharna, at Low-key Lokai.
The T-1 delaying takeoff, the strong wind out of the northwest, the low-key traffic, and the comms confusion with tower all came together.
The next step is to determine whether better memory for the low-key (public service announcement) translates into changing attitudes and behaviors," said Nora Volkow, MD, director of the National Institute of Drug Abuse, which helped fund the study.
Lake Las Vegas-a three-year-old resort made up of luxury residences, condominium-hotels, an upscale village, and two flagship hotels-is a low-key alternative to the Strip.
Kelley's low-key pitch for free enterprise, intercultural exchange, exploration, and coastal security invites youth to develop intellectual curiosity and reading for pleasure.
Keene maintained a fairly low-key performing career in recent years, but her influence as a teacher and occasional writer on keyboard topics for Clavier magazine was considerable.
Opener Stars Of Track And Field was a low-key but beautiful song and was followed by tracks such as Another Sunny Day and Funny Little Frog - from new album The Life Pursuit - but they didn't exactly pick up the pace.
Paint or no paint, however, the show was emphatically titled "Paintings," and Jensen's use of found materials, his low-key, washy palette, and his attempts to downplay his own role in the creative process all have a painterly pedigree: One might cite Michael Krebber, Rosemarie Trockel, Richard Tuttle, Blinky Palermo, or Sigmar Polke as precedents.
The senior Paul R was his usual accessible low-key self, which is admirable in anyone who has raised millions for charities like the National Hispanic Scholarship Fund despite being thrown out of the White House and having been banned from the Tonight Show.
Then there's average, boring Cassie, two years from teendom, who prefers to live low-key with no special talents, and claims she's the only normal seed in the Strange household.
The expulsions, which began in mid-October, were kept low-key for fear of endangering two French hostages in Iraq, reports the Associated Press.
Presented by Oxford bishop Richard Harries, the guide led to two hours of debate that was, according to some synod members, more low-key than previous synod debates on the subject.
The 29-year-old Cardiff City midfielder is set to earn his fourth cap in tonight's low-key friendly with Canada - four years after his first.
In recent months, however, Taylor's Treasury defenders have begun what amounts to a kind of low-key counter-attack.
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