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Thereafter it was steered unimaginatively through the score at moderate pace by conductor Andres Omzco-Estrada, whose most distinguished moments came when he efficiently rescued a few instances of lost synchronization between stage and orchestra.
Six Beauforts from 217 were assigned to the strike, unimaginatively called 'Mission Ship' - and the crews quickly realised they weren't coming back.
The new CinemaScope process had been unimaginatively deployed until John Sturges got to grips with it.
SHAPPI is back with her new show, unimaginatively titled Shappi Khorsandi Live.
And with childcare now an issue, it opens up a whole host of TV-staples for the scriptwriters to unimaginatively choose from.
So when Hyundai launched the unimaginatively coined Grand i10 on Tuesday, I wonder what would happen to the i10.
As we watch him learn how to use rocks to break open nuts, conflict arises with a rival group headed by an alpha male unimaginatively named Scar.
In today's context, no teacher worth her salt would have handled this kind of situation so unimaginatively. She would have been scared of repercussions and trauma caused to the young mind and, of course, parents' reaction.
The Portland ewe, unimaginatively named '3462' after her tag number, shot to prominence after starring in MyFarm's 'RamCam' video.
Three group winners from Asia will be handed a place in the showpiece and the unimaginatively nicknamed Olyroos need to put a disappointing goalless draw against the UAE behind them when they take on Iraq this afternoon, knowing they already have two points to make up on Uzbekistan.
Sean Long, universally if unimaginatively known as Longy, was a player of real and distinctive gifts.
Tigers named after Krishna Poonia, Limba Ram or Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore will obviously have a much greater emotive appeal than one unimaginatively labeled T- 17, which makes the animal sound like an inanimate object stored in a warehouse.