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There's a time and a place for the unpretentious and traditional - and this is it.
Because I think that they are deeply unpretentious people, and that message about taking that responsibility sensibly, realistically, courageously, comes over very strongly in conversation with them.
Cothelstone is an unpretentious venue which attracts competitors from far and wide
Knowledge about Jyske Bank in the market rose significantly, and analysis shows, that people associate us with values important to our brand, such as: unpretentious, modern, accommodating.
He is still an unassuming, unpretentious little pig.
Boruch's poetry is unpretentious, specific, and at times painfully subtle.
The Rev Jim Frazer, who married the couple 10 years ago, said Heather was "a lovely girl and a lovely person, unpretentious, and without any guile at all".
Givhan should realize that there is a danger that your own tastelessness will be revealed in the process--and that the worst targets for put-downs are unpretentious people like Miers and the Alitos.
Given Zaiser's unpretentious technique and subject, it is difficult not to think of folk artist Edward Hicks's illustrations of Isaiah 11:6-9, the vision of a "Peaceable Kingdom" where the wolf shall dwell with the lamb.
Heard reaffirms Reagon as an unpretentious lyricist and master of boiling down labyrinthine emotions.
Another highlight, Frenchman Philippe Decoufle's effervescent Solo, was an irresistible melange of precise physical skills and unpretentious technological tricks.
Once in the White House, however, this seemingly unpretentious man suddenly morphed into a "war president.