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1 one, this year's unusual climate has led to vegetables ripening at the same time in northern and southern China.
2 Ron Paul is an unusual politician because he is not content to shrug his shoulders, to "go with the flow, " as Californians say, or to go along in order to get along.
3 It's rather unusual to have packages published to PROD directly, either by FM or implicitly.
4 She was not only modest, which was usual in the nineties, but she was beautiful, which is unusual in any decade.
5 THE internet is replete with funny Chinese signs in English, but a friend currently in Kunming, in southwester China, sends in a doozy of an unusual one.
6 Such imitative sincerity is hardly unusual in China's Internet sector, which is dominated by locally based companies that have successfully transplanted the services of web pioneers elsewhere.
7 most unusual and creative bookshelf designs from all over the world.
8 pounds of metal is an enormous amount of wealth in this era. To waste so much of it in a burial is pretty unusual.
9 I was attracted to the lure of the unusual.
10 The unusual rose-tinted rug was rolled out for the royal visit which is celebrating the 400th anniversary of the island's settlement by the British.
11 All we know is that in 610 A.D. a monk in northern Italy first twisted the pretzel into its unusual shape.
12 The case, while horribly tragic, is not unusual.
13 It also marked the beginning of an unusual teaching assignment for me.
14 They have also submitted requests for viewing time on big telescopes in order to follow up on some of the more unusual discoveries made by volunteers.
15 Built-in mechanism of recycling distributes used, cleaned and assembled in a special jugs water for plants, which are integrated into the unusual kitchen design, or for cooking in a double boiler.
16 The railroad was unusual. It sold no tickets and had no trains.
17 Some bats seem to have a knack for finding unusual places to sleep.
18 It was a very unusual sight and a bit sad for the lamb but it's nature, and that's what happens.
19 People were queuing for an unusual delicacy: balls of butter, dipped in dough and cooked in a vat of boiling oil.
20 People behaving suspiciously or with an unusual travel pattern might find themselves under additional scrutiny but racial or religious factors could also soon form part of the criteria.
21 But an unusual combination recently of hot and wet weather in some Midwest areas also highlights the risk that the harvest could fall short of the USDA prediction of a record 165 bushels per acre.
22 Huygens probe landed on Titan and gave humanity its first view of its unusual surface.
23 Then, last year, he was sent an unusual fish larva.
24 Its unusual colour is Shared by only a handful of other plants.
25 Fog, rain, hail, even snow, all unusual for the equator but a blessing for Mount Kenya's farmers, who export coffee, roses, green beans and peas to Europe.
26 That was unusual; we rarely scored that many against Chelsea.
27 Mr Gulen made an unusual break with the government after last year's killing of nine Turks by Israeli commandos who swooped on a ship taking supplies to Gaza.
28 Beneath an Antarctic glacier in a cold, airless pool that never sees the sun seems like an unusual place to search for life.
29 A federal ruling, upheld by the Supreme Court in May, has found the conditions "cruel and unusual", and requires California to release roughly 30, 000 inmates in the next two years.
30 This is an unusual sign.