On Friday night, the most unexceptional
person in uniform was starting pitcher John Lackey, who surrendered 10 hits and six runs in 5⅓ innings.
It is precisely the fact that Tingey was an unexceptional
officer--diligent, unambitious, able, neither a martinet nor a pushover--which makes the biography such an interesting read.
The Central Securities Depository will carry out depositary activities in full and will perform the following unexceptional
functions: keeping records and storing securities as nominee shareholder in registers; securities clearing; payments on transactions with securities; functioning as paying agent; keeping registers of owners of corporate securities; functioning as special depository for collective investment funds, retirement funds and other institutions; opening of correspondent bank accounts in other countries.
; America's empire in the Persian Gulf, 1941-2007.
A comment by its chairman to the effect that "anyone who has broken the law so as to merit a punishment should be dealt with in court" might be regarded as an unexceptional
observation, but there is no doubt that enthusiasm for on-the-spot fines is allowing criminals to escape with ludicrously low levels of fines.
Poison Arrows adds to the growing body of knowledge on how unexceptional
poisoned weapons were in antiquarian societies.
We watch their cruelty grow to levels we might think absurd were it not that Kalfus, a quiet yet unflinching ironist, treats it as unexceptional
, the intrinsic destructiveness of a failing domestic world.
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
Or else we slip back into the habits of essentialism--at least when it comes to our unexceptional
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.
Summarizing their work in a presentation to the National Academy of Sciences, they noted: "If a group of proxies is selected because they are sensitive to temperature, the simplest way to characterize their dominant pattern is to standardize the scale and calculate the mean." 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.
These power outputs are unexceptional
, especially in comparison to Renault's 175bhp two-litre diesel, and the Chevrolets will make do with five-speed transmissions rather than the increasingly common six-speeders of some rivals.
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
. Holstun's book is remarkable, however, in the extent of his assault on both revisionist and postmodernist explanations of that event.