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It’s not particularly Dickensian or Miltonian, though it does feature a wholly unexpected extended riff on Ingmar Bergman’s The Seventh Seal.
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One day, Selin strikes up an email correspondence with a boy she’s barely spoken to, and their relationship begins to develop in strange and unexpected ways.
He had unexpected success in managing Japan’s fraught relationships with its most important ally, the United States, and its largest trade partner, China.
Manufacturers in some industries can expect unexpected events to erase the majority of a year’s profits over the course of a decade—and that’s just the baseline, accounting for probabilities like recurring storms and shipping snafus.
That geopolitical events would provide a push toward tech decoupling was unexpected.
Such things rarely happen overnight and when they do burst into view, many people hasten to label it an “intelligence failure” — the default reaction when something unexpected happens in the world.
Over the last several months, brands have seen unexpected spikes in product categories, from PPE, to outdoor gear, and they needed to adjust their ad strategy accordingly.
Ensure that when scheduling, you’re giving enough leeway for your team to prioritize important aspects of the campaign and respond to unexpected situations.
Nesta has explored the broad spectrum of AI activity in China—the good, the bad, and the unexpected.
They have uncovered an unexpected excess of events inside their detector that could fit the profile of a hypothetical dark matter particle called an axion.

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