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LANCASTER - JetHawks starter Jesus Silva was typically bad in the early going and his teammates were atypically inefficient with runners in scoring position.
Exodus, 1992-97 - atypically, a sixty-five-second color video - offers clues through its title: it records a found event, two black men carrying potted palms, the greenery waving precariously above their heads, whom McQueen followed down a London street.
Cement sales volumes for CEMEX's operations in Spain are expected to decrease 1% versus the fourth quarter of last year, which was atypically dry and strong, and to increase 3% for the full year 2005 compared to 2004.
Aiding Spacey's anchoring portrayal are the rich shadings Julianne Moore brings to her deceptively cool Wavey Prowse character (again, quite a departure from the book's description), an atypically restrained (though crusty as usual) Judi Dench and, perhaps most crucially, the inhospitably imposing Newfoundland coast where most of the movie takes place.
CHICAGO -- Jack Adamo and his team, at the Option Income Advisor newsletter, say this autumn may be atypically good for stocks.
9 percent in October, to a level that is atypically high for the season, according to the DAT North American Freight Index.
And for all the nasty misbehavior and foul language writer-director David Mamet lavished, as only he can, on ``State and Main,'' the mockery felt, atypically for the master of surprise revelations, bereft of original insights into moviemaking venality.
Atypically, being hard to beat has been the hallmark this season of Chelsea, who have lost to only Coventry, Arsenal and West Ham in the league and whose 24 clean sheets in all competitions is a club record and a tribute to their experienced defence.
Atypically, and happily, this start-up company has no debt at the present time, Loiacono concluded.
The hemlines are atypically set and fabrics are used in unconventional ways.
This atypically uncuddly Nora Ephron effort gets points for, well, being an uncuddly Nora Ephron movie.
The 2003-04 cold and flu season in North America was atypically early with strong usage of our upper respiratory products -- in particular our flu test -- during the fourth quarter of 2003.