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Lynn didn't recoil from the smoked trout, cannellini bean, tomato, green bean, leaf and crouton salad she ordered, but nor did she scoff it with unbridled enthusiasm for it looked tired and unexciting.
But while "Zodiac" certainly has its moments of high tension, much of the film involves following unexciting clues to dead ends.
It did for Ruth Borun: Before the scene shown here took form, Borun's floor-to-ceiling window at the end of a hallway framed an unexciting view of a narrow side yard.
Even if it was an unexciting colour like grey or cream.
5% of UK households already buying toothpaste, and a high degree of consumer ambivalence towards what is seen as a wholly unexciting and commonly price-promoted essential, suppliers believe the task in front of them is to extend the market through value gains--and they have younger consumers firmly in their sights as the way to get them.
That is, until innovative new wrinkles are added to what once basically was an unexciting product and, presto
On the surface Bri looks a mild-mannered, unexciting type of guy.
The toned-down peachy color offset by the green is unexciting.
Tests are also carefully crafted to be inoffensive and unexciting.
These two types of efforts are so unexciting that they can be overlooked--but not when you see profit ratios of 10-1 or more.
The better-established Inaki Urlezaga, with Rojo, probably has not, for although his partnering seems exemplary his technique and presence are unexciting.
The other members of the house had been into the diary room, they had cast their vote and,in true democratic style, they had decided to rid themselves of a man who has managed to make the Tory party appear even more unexciting than John Major did.