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Inexplicably, Nadelson avoids citing lyrics or engaging in any significant discussion of Reed's discography, though she repeatedly hints that his musical oeuvre--a mix of sock-hop cover tunes and slow-strumming celebrations of dialectical materialism--is underwhelming.
Working with glass artists SWON (Orest Tataryn, Alfred Engerer and Andrey Berezowsky), he evolved a translucent wall of glass: a waterfall that reflects light onto the smooth surface of the water which ends with a negative edge so that the pool seems to be a piece of lake inexplicably lofted up onto the slope.
Inexplicably, Wylie does not discuss the early and widespread adoption of maize, an American crop, which had and continues to have extraordinary implications for people's health.
For its part, Sun is inexplicably spinning Microsoft's decision as both a victory and a defeat.
President Bush also seems inexplicably enamored with the World Bank, a UN institution notorious for its corruption and financial debacles.
Nick also inexplicably decides to take an acting class, perhaps in an effort to "stretch" himself.
A term used to describe a situation that occurs when two companies that could not possibly complement one another inexplicably decide to merge.
From the excited pre- and post-performance buzz ("I never thought I was ever going to see this film again," said one viewer), quite a few viewers had fondly remembered the film from a Cinematheque showing in New York in the `60s, after which the film inexplicably disappeared.
The dramatis personae include Paulus, a confused young man; Herotes, his manipulative slave; Nicolosa, a prostitute (whom Katchmer inexplicably refers to as a "courtesan"); and Ursula, her pretty daughter.
The effect was inexplicably more marked among girls: those exposed to two or more X rays more than doubled their risk of leukemia, the team reports.
How much nicer it would sound, when recounted to friends and family, if that elderly or pregnant person turned out to have been trampled while inexplicably assaulting you