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unremarkability

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  • The problem is its unremarkability – the overriding sense that we've met these people, walked these streets and even laughed at all these jokes before.

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  • By the way, as I mentioned not too long ago with regard to "Bowery Bikes," I find it ironic that so many New Yorkers seem to want to emulate the functionality, ubiquity, and unremarkability of cycling in Amsterdam by purchasing costly Dutch bikes when we already have our own functional, ubiquitous, and unremarkable bicycle in New York City in the form of the "old mountain bike."

    Consumer Innovation: Putting the Solution Before the Problem

  • The ultimate unremarkability of that weekend will always be colored by what came afterwards, the luxury of doing something as normal as buying a fryer without having to worry about putting on a hat to cover the scars.

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  • But the unremarkability of the image was, of course, what made it remarkable.

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  • All questions of methodology and reliability aside - and notwithstanding any speculation as to whether UGA was ranked too low or too high by Playboy - the thing that's most noteworthy about the ranking is its unremarkability.

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  • Still, Kinsey should be applauded for making it to the report in that many contests in a row, overcoming three near-miss appearances of slight production to provide us an all-time streak of unremarkability.

    Basketbawful

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