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First transition' and unordinary alteration', then, are just different names for a single type of process, viz.
Despite the great dose of nostalgia that is evident with Macedonian citizens abroad, still the reasons for their motive to emigrate carries a strong tinge of a feeling that in an unordinary way is spreading, commented and preserved in the emigratory circles that they are in a way "ousted from their native soil," that they are "sacrificed and forgotten by the fellow citizens," "superfluous and marginalized by the Macedonian authorities" etc.
ISLAMABAD, July 15, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The remodeling project of federal capitals Marghzar Zoo, which is a the place of entertainment for the people of all ages, have been confronting unordinary delay owing financial scarcity.
ISLAMABAD, July 15, 2011 (Frontier Star): The remodeling project of federal capital's Marghzar Zoo, which is a the place of entertainment for the people of all ages, have been confronting unordinary delay owing financial scarcity.
The company vice president of culinary operations, Jacques Van Staden, said 'Qsine is designed to bring out our guests' 'inner foodie' through a uniquely unordinary approach, elevating the dining experience to a performance art.
A sharp drawing of breath from someone in the group indicates that it is a moment unordinary.
The names of members are equally unordinary, though, as Colilli points out, they followed a rationale:
Qurrat'ul-'Ayn of Qazvin is probably the most unordinary female poet of Persia.
The contestants become entangled in an "ordinary/extraordinary paradox" (Holmes 2004, 157), in which television viewers prefer contestants who are unordinary people.
South Korea likewise acknowledges the importance of finding a way out of the unordinary measures, one of the South's officials told the press, but ''it is too early'' to be ready for that until strong signs of sustainability in the recovery are found.
The man won't make it far, but he's already made the day unordinary.