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in a manner that is not typical

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Other reasons for the decline are untypically cold summer weather in 2013, and growing awareness that popular juice varieties may not be that healthy given their high content of sugar, artificial flavourings...
Clarke is not about to overreact at this stage to an untypically green tinge in the surface at his home ground, where spin is traditionally a basic requirement for a balanced attack.
Pietersen's century, his 23rd for England, was untypically dogged, spanning 312 minutes and 206 balls.
It's very typically Disney, and Cage is very untypically cast.
Eurobond behaved untypically yesterday a growth continued despite sharp fall in stock markets.
UNTYPICALLY wary of the waiting paparazzi during her most recent public spotting, actress Preity Zinta has sparked rumours of having gone under the knife yet again.
WITH most of the interesting action scheduled for tomorrow's Darley Irish Oaks card, today's Curragh programme looks untypically weak.
"It's your fans that pay your salary you overpriced ***!!" it read, not untypically. Since then, though, nothing.
Cook, whose hundred at The Oval against Pakistan two months ago ended an untypically unproductive spell at the top of the order, averages only in the mid-20s against Australia.
Joe was the exuberant character in the Molson beer ad, untypically Canadian in his extroverted pride in our country.
Untypically poor Lions play cost them Neil Kerfoot's converted try on 53 minutes to put them behind for the first time.
The Candy Bar Kid, known for his rabble rousing against his critics in Tehran, fell untypically silent while digesting the news on Friday.
Paradoxically, but not untypically, the manifesto has attracted less discussion within France, where its call for an end to the implicitly hierarchical distinction between "French" and "Francophone" literatures has fallen largely on deaf ears.
Even so, his untypically bold words, allied to the extra help for pensioners, children in poverty and military housing, could not mask the enormity of the situation he faces.