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She offers the treatment of Measure for Measure's Marianne as an example of male ambivalence toward women who have been abandoned by lovers after having contracted an unwitnessed and unceremonial marriage in good faith.
The unceremonial dismissal of General Glubb, the man who won the loyalty and trust of Jordan's desert tribes, caused resentment in Britain.
The unceremonial expulsion of an elected President Javed Hashmi and Javed Nasim MPA from Pakistan Tehrik e Insaf on the basis of their dissimilar viewpoints on certain issues clearly shows political intolerance in PTI.
The big news in the Ospreys camp was the presence of Duncan Jones after his unceremonial axing from the Wales team for tomorrow's Six Nations clash with Ireland.
The lecture theatre in the basement is usually reached down a rather unceremonial dog-leg stair.