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1. He led a busy but otherwise unremarkable life.
2. She had a pale and unremarkable face.
3. Reasons for stopping the pill seemed unremarkable.
4. The past medical history was otherwise unremarkable.
5. Examination of the chest was unremarkable with no evidence of hyperinflation and clear auscultation.
6. It was an unremarkable street: two rows of small houses, little shops, a pub.
7. Josh was, I thought, a pleasant but unremarkable young man.
8. Basically an unremarkable set of Regency terrace houses, it was notable only for having 350 windows.
9. His medical history was unremarkable until the day before admission.
10. In this unremarkable suburban community, Siemens has created a showcase apprenticeship program for electronics technicians.
11. By the early seventies both were considered unremarkable occupational hazards of life in the gay fast lane.
12. Not only was it unremarkable and rather battered, it did nothing at all to jog her errant memory.
13. He considered her good but unremarkable clothes, and wondered what she did for laughs.
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14. Both ovaries are unremarkable with normal follicles seen.
15. Her past medical history was unremarkable.
16. Pakuwon Jati is an unremarkable property developer.
17. The poems, some in imitation of Ossian, are graceful if unremarkable.
18. The transparency measures, also within the normal range, were similarly unremarkable.
19. The differences are therefore in the expected direction but so slight as to be unremarkable.
20. But the 5K86 is months behind its original delivery schedule and its performance is unremarkable, analysts say.
21. Tepilit would question her about her interest in Masai women and why she seemed so concerned with their unremarkable tasks.
22. No doubt a conscientious worker; no doubt a good husband and father; but totally unremarkable.
23. At the time of his appointment to the viceroyalty Irwin was putting in an unremarkable stint as Minister of Agriculture.
24. We prefer to spend the day with Fred Z - an unremarkable person living through a not particularly eventful day.
25. That Grunwald had a good seat for all this is obviated by his talent for the portentous and gift for the unremarkable.
26. He held 59 catches and took 32 wickets at 47.00 with unremarkable medium-pace.
27. She had had just one adventure in her otherwise unremarkable life.
28. In Britain at least, swearing on television has become commonplace and wholly unremarkable.
29. The salmon was fairly simple, just some thinly sliced grilled fish on unremarkable toast points.
30. The dressing table revealed nothing and the bed-tables were unremarkable.
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