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found in the ordinary course of events

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student in HCII, will address how the Unremarkable AI approach guided the design of a clinical decision support tool (DST) at CHI 2019, the Association for Computing Machinery's Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, May 4-9 in Glasgow, UK.
Publishers Weekly says that for "Unremarkable": "The premise invokes classic black-and-white noir, while lurid supernatural details add a touch of blood red." Kirkus Reviews, in their review of "Wrath of the Fury Blade," says, "In this marriage of fantasy and procedural thriller, the team of Habiger and Kissee...gives fans of both genres a master class in worldbuilding." Clarion Review gave "Unremarkable" 4 out of 5 stars, "a thrilling gangland drama that reveals unexpected supernatural depths" while both books have received Recommended reviews from US Review of Books.
However, these results may be unremarkable in the early stage.
Strikingly, LDH was normal and stayed unremarkable throughout her clinical course casting a doubt on the diagnosis of TTP.
Policemen in unremarkable clothes driving unremarkable vehicles.
He embodies Master Dogen Zenji's teaching of "all that's important is the ordinary things" as he illustrates the profound moments in unremarkable quotidian life.
Cue opener In Your Blue Eyes which fair screams "I'm the singer in The Moody Blues!" What follows is a pleasant, but unremarkable, set including a couple of cringeworthy dance mixes.
Daily rainfall totals at low elevation sites were "unremarkable", typically less than 50 mm (Bow Street, Frongoch and Gogerddan), but increased significantly at sites above 180m in the Rheidol and Leri catchments (Dinas, Bontgoch and Pwllpeiran).
The Wanderer opens his Ladbrokes World Championship campaign against Jerry Hendriks at Alexandra Palace and the chances are it will be an unremarkable match with an unsurprising scoreline.
Pieris is, as I put it in the title of my essay, an "unremarkable hybrid." I meant by this that Pieris instantiates his multiplicity without remarking upon it.
Strangely enough, an unremarkable incident, namely the handling by a policeman of his arm which by accident seriously injured one of his friends in the head, was soon blown up out of all proportion by the polisario propagandists to politicize it.
The fact that a reduced PGT team is currently on site is completely unremarkable.
(1) As an alternative, Dr Renshaw and colleagues suggest using "negative for" rather than "not seen" and suggest using the alternative words "negative," "benign," or "unremarkable" in place of no and not.
A FEW years ago, I was invited by a friend to watch Stoke City play Wigan at the Britannia Stadium and it was, as I recall, an unremarkable match.
ICE MEN KEEP THEIR COOL: This photograph of Billingham Bombers ice hockey team from around 1988 or 1989 may seem unremarkable, but it proves the global reach of the Evening Gazette.