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He was not very expensive and I bought him and called him Digup St Edmunds to cheer up the people of Bury St Edmunds, a dullish town on the far side of the county in which I live.
They miked the orchestra fairly close up, so you don't get any of that vague, distant, dullish sound that you do with many live recordings, with audience noises and applause at the end.
This is enhanced by planes, "Soto, raso, era," whose dullish hues recall the neutral browns of Picasso's Spanish landscapes.
Forecasting that Asian stock markets this year will be motivated more by valuation than by momentum amid dullish economic growth and growing volatility, Citigroup said that investors were likely to move to Korea, where valuation is low, from India, where momentum prevails.
Disappointing, dullish, and just doing enough to make the knockout stages.
More significantly, she has a different aesthetic, choosing to write with a peculiar subtlety that demands all the "Ingenuity" of those dullish elves, her twenty-first century readers.
Mr Sheard - who used to own the Old Brandy Wine pub in Luddenden Foot, Halifax, but sold it some time ago - said: "The car the thieves are thought to have escaped in was dullish red.
Many of the officers I had to do with were ROTC trained and seemed dullish, undeserving of the deference that was theirs by right of rank.
This memoir, her second work of nonfiction, tells how they met in the mid-1950s, Lurie the bored, intelligent faculty wife of a dullish junior English professor at Amherst, Merrill a visiting teacher of poetry writing.
This strategy could be seen in the diagonal juxtaposition of Thanassi Totsikas's diptych Untitled, 1994, comprising two metallic red panels, with an irregularly shaped floor work, also Untitled, 2000, by Socrates Socratous, which was made of dullish red-haired plastic brushes.