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Plants that were underappreciated or a little unusual are doing well with consumers.
The books spelled out mathematical theorems from the ground up without skipping any steps — exhibiting an unusual degree of thoroughness among mathematicians.
For Smith to get a non-prosecution agreement for cooperation is very unusual.
A DODGY DEAL HELPED MAKE HIM A BILLIONAIRE. IT WORKED, UNTIL NOW.PETER WHORISKEY, YEGANEH TORBATI, KEITH L. ALEXANDERNOVEMBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
She discovers that he has unusual electromagnetic powers that tend to run out of control whenever Eric's stress and anxiety ramp up—which, alas, is quite often, given his circumstances.
Those unusual circumstances created gaps in the evidence, leaving big questions in some scientists’ minds about whether the drug is effective.
The new study’s focus on high-school athletes was unusual, both Manning and Teel say.
When talking about the biggest company in the world, it’s not unusual for there to be eye-popping numbers.
When he goes out for his evening sessions, Brautigam says it’s not unusual for him to encounter up to ten other people who are taking part in the same challenge.
In this unusual process, politicians appoint 37 commission members to propose amendments and, if approved by at least 22 members, refer them directly to the ballot for a vote.
HOW COPS WHO USE FORCE AND EVEN KILL CAN HIDE THEIR NAMES FROM THE PUBLICBY KENNY JACOBY, USA TODAY AND RYAN GABRIELSON, PROPUBLICAOCTOBER 29, 2020PROPUBLICA
Non-human animals aren’t the only unusual politicians born out of these ersatz elections.

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