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According to observers, they were unexceptional musically aside from being extremely loud.
If you're at a loose end on July 26 and need cheering up, go to Whittlebury Park Golf Club in Towcester, Northants, for the Festival of the Unexceptional.
Leadoff continues to be a wasted spot in the batting order and the Red Sox' defense on the left side of the infield is unexceptional.
However, defence lawyer Gordon Martin said that two of his former wives had resumed a relationship with him and a third described him as "a caring and home-centred man with an unexceptional temper".
Junior Minister Bell said: It is now unexceptional that girls progress from school to university.
WITH little more than two lengths covering the first six home, the form of the Qipco 1,000 Guineas looks sound if unexceptional, and a Racing Post Rating of 114 ranks Sky Lantern a close-to-par winner of the race, writes Paul Curtis.
Writing in the Sun, Gordon Smart declared them "1Derful," but Bernadette McNulty in the Sunday Telegraph wrote: "Over two hours, with their unexceptional voices and a stodgy section of ballads, what the lads were in dire need of was some kind of showmanship."
Tingey's life and career were, as Brown writes about the commandant's service at a court of inquiry, "apparently unexceptional" (162).
Unexceptional And what of this nonsense about "exceptional circumstances?" People get married every day.
So how does an unexceptional 12 year old become the leader of a group of heroes called the Magnificent Twelve?
It's an unexceptional river in many ways, but it was Laing's finest friend during a difficult period in her life.
But she was dealt a blow when her case was ruled unexceptional - despite having a rare form of Hodgkin's lymphoma which does not respond to heavy chemotherapy.