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He now takes on 97th ranked Dustin Brown of Germany, whose trademark dreadlocks are often sent flying as he leaps for seemingly ungettable balls.
We know the situation we're in, we're the type of club if the right offer comes along no player is ungettable.
GEORGE Orwell wrote his masterpiece 1984 in the Isle of Jura in Scotland and called it the most ungettable place on earth.
He is able to convert nearly ungettable passes into offensive opportunities.
Citing internal NSA documents, the magazine said Sunday that TAO's mission was "Getting the ungettable," and quoted an unnamed intelligence official as saying that TAO had gathered "some of the most significant intelligence our country has ever seen.
Murray won it with an unstoppable, unplayable, ungettable cross-court backhand return.
40) has a habit of either throwing up an ungettable winner or a perfectly obvious one.
Rookies learned from him that no story is ungettable, no fact unfindable, no tight-lipped source immune to his combination of charm and doggedness.
As much as you want to stamp your own visions and authority on the job, it is not quite as easy to do it quickly and I now understand when managers say they need a bit of time because the personnel I would like to get here are ungettable at the moment for the way I would like to see the game played here.
He gave all of us seemingly impossible missions--then, if you got the ungettable interview, or put your hands on the exclusive pictures, or helicoptered or ballooned or crawled into a war zone, his delight was transporting.