How To Use Unaccustomed In A Sentence

  • The army's Quartermaster Corps, unaccustomed to providing for the needs of a wartime force, had disbursed flimsy, floorless tents; as a result, Grant and the rest of the four - thousand - man force slept in the cold mud, protected from the elements by thin woolen blankets. 'The Training Ground: Grant, Lee, Sherman, and Davis in the Mexican War, 1846-1848'
  • So habituated has one become to feeling cooler in a draught that the absence of chill lends the night an unaccustomedness, the more weird in that it is unanalyzed, so that one feels definitely that one is in a strange, far country. African Camp Fires
  • many varieties of unaccustomed foods
  • But for now, the Democrats leave Boston as unaccustomedly happy campers.
  • Colin Bell, back on the ground where he first made his mark in soccer, limped through the game in an unaccustomed centre half role, but still had the skill to control a ball and make good use of the possession.
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  • But, being unaccustomed to existence as a dragon, by the time the lambent flame burst from his cavernous mouth, Natieasdo had disappeared, taking Lationae with him.
  • unaccustomed to wearing suits
  • The weather presented a particular challenge, especially for American servicemen unaccustomed to subarctic conditions.
  • Tim wound steadfastly, back hunched over the reel, unaccustomed to the strange combination of muscles and effort.
  • One unaccustomed to the use of bonga and chewing it for the first time, usually experiences a most disagreeable combination of symptoms; constriction of the oesophagus, a sensation of heat in the head and face, the latter becoming red and congested; at the same time dizziness and precordial distress are experienced. The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines
  • Cruise the Mediterranean in unaccustomed splendour aboard the Royal Clipper, the only square-sailed full-rigged ship in the world with five masts.
  • This usually occurs because of overuse or unaccustomed exercise. Times, Sunday Times
  • Since men from feudalistic societies tended to be unaccustomed to using their own initiative and there were political objections to giving them too much liberty, the success of these experiments varied considerably.
  • Something curious to the unaccustomed eye, these curling, clutching, digitated members raised above their usual range and common avocations, suddenly endowed with speech, and holding forth there in the silent upper air for the whole human economy. The Convert
  • However, many people who are unaccustomed to green tea find its vegetal flavor difficult to drink.
  • Five or six minutes later -- by which time, I'm not ashamed to admit, my arms screamed in pain and I was trembling from the unaccustomed exertion -- the EMTs arrived and took over. Altered Realities
  • He is a boisterous, garrulous man eager to debate issues but clearly unaccustomed to being challenged by a woman.
  • Charlie, who was unaccustomed to medical facilities of any kind, wrinkled her nose at the antiseptic appearance of the room.
  • The Pistons clearly are a shaken team unaccustomed to taking two sound beatings in a series.
  • One day Charlie arrived at my door looking unaccustomedly worried, and asked if he might have a private word with me about a legal problem. Charlie
  • He fidgets in his chair like a man unaccustomed to sitting still, crossing and uncrossing his legs, slipping his socked feet underneath him.
  • Forced to switch to an unaccustomed midfield role, he was hounded throughout and booed off when subbed. The Sun
  • This exchanges the antagonism that's been so draining for an unaccustomedly constructive attitude. Times, Sunday Times
  • Gummo Trotsky, possibly inspired by last week's story of his unaccustomed silence, has now turned his coyness into 34 comments.
  • She had thought it was his shyness, his unaccustomedness to women that had made him such a failure as a lover -- and all the while it had been simply that she was not the right woman. Dust
  • a new budget of unaccustomed austerity
  • Her lips on this part of me unaccustomed to affectionate contact were strong with devotion, with the powerful will to console. A DEATH IN THE FAMILY
  • He was a large, heavy, pale-faced young man, with strange, sleek qualities that appealed to her through their unaccustomedness. Joanna Godden
  • He began to comfort me with such unaccustomed gentleness.
  • The unaccustomed exercise left him breathless.
  • The young herdsman briskly mounted a horse that was inclined to act up with an unaccustomed rider.
  • It is a part of Britain as yet largely unaccustomed to tourists.
  • This usually occurs because of overuse or unaccustomed exercise. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the wind did stream by unceasingly, weird in the unaccustomedness of its silence. The Mountains
  • It wasn't as if Martinez was unaccustomed to physical labor: She grew up in Fresno, the eleventh of twenty-two children of farmworker parents.
  • The young herdsman briskly mounted a horse that was inclined to act up with an unaccustomed rider.
  • The next time his cell door opened Abramov greeted him with unaccustomed friendliness -- a veritable hail-fellow-well-met. THE ENDLESS GAME
  • Ministers have grown used to preening themselves over Britain's unaccustomed role last year as the fastest grower among the Group of Seven leading world economies.
  • The Olympic and world champion finished in the unaccustomed position of fourth.
  • Her lips on this part of me unaccustomed to affectionate contact were strong with devotion, with the powerful will to console. A DEATH IN THE FAMILY
  • Dean awoke, squinting to the unaccustomed light.
  • Nathan said only enough to indicate that he was using language with an unaccustomed force and intelligence - but mildly annoying, as if all substantives fell away, leaving only the prepositions.
  • They had grown unaccustomed to using their power of collective action.
  • conservative people unaccustomed to informal dress
  • He felt his limbs growing stiff with the unaccustomed chilliness of the night, and doubted whether he should be able to descend the steps of the scaffold.
  • And Pentecostals, flattered by a little unaccustomed acceptance, may accommodatingly give up their vision.
  • Some writers spoke to some members of the public: still a relatively unaccustomed endeavour. Times, Sunday Times
  • The west London club are in the unaccustomed position of going into the last match of the group phase still needing a result to qualify. Times, Sunday Times
  • His thigh muscles pulsed with dull pain from the unaccustomed effort of his one-and-a-half mile ride.
  • Looking everywhere but at them, he found himself unaccustomedly at a loss for words.
  • As I started using the pen, I realized that I am very unaccustomed to using a pen on a tablet away from the actual computer screen.
  • And since people are still unaccustomed to the feel of the new paper, they won't notice if your fakes aren't a perfect tactile match.
  • Uncle Abel called his cavortings when feeling exceptionally fit from his unaccustomed diet of oats and feed. A Dixie School Girl
  • Their blunt way of describing some of the ills of society might alienate some people, especially those unaccustomed to sarcasm or sardonic humour.
  • People who are unaccustomed to praying aloud feel more comfortable trying it with just two or three others. Christianity Today
  • Men unaccustomed to reason and researches, think every enterprise impracticable, which is extended beyond common effects, or comprises many intermediate operations. The Rambler, sections 171-208 (1751-1752); The Adventurer, sections 34-108 (1753); from The Works of Samuel Johnson, in Sixteen Volumes, Volume IV
  • I am becoming so unaccustomedly intellectually stimulated.
  • Whether they were struck with awe by the unaccustomed majesty of my appearance in brand-new wig, bands, &c., in which I am fresh as a daisy, and fine as a carrot fresh scraped, or whether they simply did not recognise me in the disguisement of such toggeries, I am not to decide -- but they passed by without responding visibly to my salutations. Baboo Jabberjee, B.A.
  • But in the main it was hard work, and at the end of an hour Joe's back was aching from the unaccustomed strain, and his fingers were cut and bleeding from his clumsy handling of the sharp-edged oysters. Chapter XIV
  • There were other schoolchildren present, not all of whom hailed from a socioeconomically depressed redneck town and therefore included students of color, with whom my class is unaccustomed to interact. "I Went to Rejectionist World and It Was Not A Democracy"; Or, Some Thoughts on Our Deep Thoughts
  • She was unaccustomedly late, thanks to a luncheon appointment that had run overtime and the snow flurries of the uncooperative January weather. Captivated by the Tycoon
  • It's surprising how many people are unaccustomed to hairiness.
  • It's a strange experience because they are unaccustomed to being cared for and fussed over.
  • Urging greater effort as unaccustomed exercises take toll of muscles rendered lax by soft chairs and rich food.
  • Mr Brewer said: ‘At home she has to share an apartment with a married couple, so to have a room of her own to sleep in is an unaccustomed luxury.’
  • The pictures are pleasing as form and color alone, but without titles the allegories are too difficult for people unaccustomed to interpreting this kind of art. The Jewel City
  • It's an unaccustomed role for a man whose journey up the greasy pole has looked effortless. Times, Sunday Times
  • He had believed the promise of the photographs and felt unaccustomedly grateful to his English brother-in-law James Burton who had told him weeks earlier that he was no longer welcome at the Burton home in Excerpt: Burnt Shadows by Kamila Shamsie
  • Rats, stoats, ferrets, cats, and possums have decimated native animals that were unaccustomed to mammalian predators.
  • Mark Dempsie was given the central role in the back three, while Hibs' stretched resources meant an unaccustomed beat for Mathias Jack on the wide left of midfield.
  • Some writers spoke to some members of the public: still a relatively unaccustomed endeavour. Times, Sunday Times
  • And since people are still unaccustomed to the feel of the new paper, they won't notice if your fakes aren't a perfect tactile match.
  • Sunday afternoon, I found myself unaccustomedly lingering at my closet door, trying and then discarding outfits. Sugar Skull
  • I avoided his stares and finished the meal in silence, surprising Gretchen with my unaccustomed taciturnity.
  • Forced to switch to an unaccustomed midfield role, he was hounded throughout and booed off when subbed. The Sun
  • She paused, staring unseeingly down at the blood-smeared rags as a wash of still unaccustomedly vivid memory pulled at her like the undertow of a wave. Dark Moon of Avalon
  • Richard Gere, as Edward, finds himself in the unaccustomed position of playing the cuckold.
  • “Cicero must be really desperate,” he said, with an expression of unaccustomed seriousness, “to ask for help from me. Imperium
  • This is simply because they have the edge over opponents who are relatively unaccustomed to switching sides. Times, Sunday Times
  • I was surprised by her unaccustomed silence.
  • The violinist, Ma, plays the opening bars of a Mozart sonata, and the unaccustomed cadences and harmonies of classical western melody are like strange birdsong.
  • In short, there is a physical regimen for every man and woman over 65, no matter how brittle their frame or how unaccustomed they are to exercise.
  • Montrealers, unaccustomed to the newspaper boxes' presence, took to them like apes to a monolith.
  • The word 'carp' could never have multiplied itself into the absurdities of endo-carps and epi-carps, but in the mouths of men who scarcely ever read it in its original letters, and therefore never recognized it as meaning precisely the same thing as 'fructus,' which word, being a little more familiar with, they would have scarcely abused to the same extent; they would not have called a walnut shell an intra-fruct--or a grape skin an extra-fruct; but again, because, though they are accustomed to the English 'fructify,' 'frugivorous' -- and 'usufruct,' they are unaccustomed to the Latin 'fruor,' and unconscious therefore that the derivative 'fructus' must always, in right use, mean an enjoyed thing, they generalize every mature vegetable product under the term. Proserpina, Volume 1 Studies Of Wayside Flowers
  • Moreover, having very little idea of the lapse of time -- being quite unaccustomed, that is, to reckon events from any fixed era -- primitive man cannot have gained at once a clear conception of age as applied to his fellows. A History of Science: in Five Volumes. Volume I: The Beginnings of Science
  • This exchanges the antagonism that's been so draining for an unaccustomedly constructive attitude.
  • One can easily imagine how this apparent butchery of corpses might be misinterpreted by a stranger unaccustomed to such a practice.
  • Simple aches and pains from unaccustomed exercise, a virus or straightforward wear and tear. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is simply because they have the edge over opponents who are relatively unaccustomed to switching sides. Times, Sunday Times
  • To this unaccustomed eye, the scripts are, indeed, different.
  • They were among the tens of thousands of people forced out of the Gulf Coast and into unaccustomed holding places where no one knew quite what to make of them.
  • But her country unaccustomedness to conversation held her tongue-tied for a time. The Slipper Point Mystery
  • Rachel Stanley's Velma Kelly is a whip-thin Annie Lennox-type, and she tried hard to warm up an audience unaccustomed to musical theatre.
  • Unaccustomed to such efficient and personal service I placed my order at once, sat back and waited.
  • Follette he was sure of, and at his right Blaise, the stable-lad, panted in short breaths, swinging his unaccustomed weapon softly. The Justice of the King
  • Meanwhile, several foreign crew members who were unaccustomed to the punishing heat and humidity turned into sluggish grouches.
  • Cruise the Mediterranean in unaccustomed splendour aboard the Royal Clipper, the only square-sailed full-rigged ship in the world with five masts.
  • The west London club are in the unaccustomed position of going into the last match of the group phase still needing a result to qualify. Times, Sunday Times
  • Unaccustomed to public criticism, journalists often develop a sense of infallibility that leads them to dismiss their online critics as fools or amateurs.
  • This, according to the historian Kerby Miller, was due to the fact that the early Irish immigrants were simply “unaccustomed to work practices in their adopted country.” A Renegade History of the United States
  • As day died, the woods awoke to sounds of bird and insect life; strange, raucous calls pealed forth, some familiar, others strange and unaccustomed. Rainbow's End
  • And though some, indeed, did things exactly contrary to this, and being before unaccustomed now went in the morning with a run to chapel in order that fewer being present the paradoxicalness of their appearance when compared with the multitude of those who were absent might gain them a prestige of virtue not real but simulated -- yet with most there was now neither fear of the Dean by land nor by sea of their coaches: disobeying whom they ate and drank all kinds of things contrary to law, no one being willing to exert himself for that which seemed to be honourable, and calculating that the present abstention from pastry was not equivalent to the possibility of being bumped in the future about as much and not less than if he had smoked three pipes and a cheroot. manybooks.net
  • Others, such as the knitwear designer Edmund McNulty, take the opportunity to revel in an unaccustomed freedom from commercial considerations.
  • First, to help their guests through the shock of all that unaccustomed high-altitude exercise. Times, Sunday Times
  • Old portraits and any kind of inartistic picture or print were brought forth to gratify the eye unaccustomed to such monotony. Social life in old New Orleans : being recollections of my girlhood,
  • The point is that people grew unaccustomed to thinking and acting in a responsible and independent way. Herein lies another big problem.
  • Done well as cover in his unaccustomed role. The Sun
  • Friends with actual spare beds being in unaccustomedly short supply I've booked myself into a ‘guest room’ at college.
  • And here he found himself in the unaccustomed role of match winner - at both ends. The Sun
  • The likely solution could be to give David Sommeil his Premiership start of the season, either in an unaccustomed left back role or in his preferred central defensive role.
  • The Olympic and world champion finished in the unaccustomed position of fourth.
  • The unaccustomed visitor from outside, naturally assumed everybody here to be prisoners — landlord, waiter, barmaid, potboy, and all. Little Dorrit
  • It was the type of errand Christine was unaccustomed to perform and plainly foreign to her recognized duties; but it was difficult to be unobliging and refuse, so she took the letters and the list and departed. Blue Aloes Stories of South Africa
  • World Cup winner Roff, 25, last played sevens in Hong Kong in 1995 and made an immediate impact, playing in the unaccustomed role of prop.
  • He was unaccustomed to hard work.
  • The unaccustomedly empty house briefly frees them into a semblance of married life. Times, Sunday Times
  • They were unaccustomed to such military setbacks.
  • They were unaccustomed to such military setbacks.
  • If it's good enough for Her Majesty the Queen, it's good enough for those unaccustomed to smelling fresh paint wherever they go.
  • I took the opportunity of peering at his shed while hanging out the washing in the unaccustomed sunshine.
  • First, to help their guests through the shock of all that unaccustomed high-altitude exercise. Times, Sunday Times
  • It may be added that, as being himself a blunt and downright Englishman, unaccustomed to conceal the slightest movement either of love or of dislike, he accounted the fair-spoken courtesy which the Scots had learned, either from imitation of their frequent allies, the The Talisman
  • The weather presented a particular challenge, especially for American servicemen unaccustomed to subarctic conditions.
  • Every sign here looks like this is someone who was unaccustomed to and overwhelmed by the media spotlight this was generating and took his own life.
  • Rafael is a boisterous, garrulous man eager to debate issues but clearly unaccustomed to being challenged by a woman.
  • Let a woman appear with an unaccustomed furbelow, or a family of a workman that is earning a fat salary, eat two succulent dishes the same week, public opinion will quickly make evident its sentiments, and swiftly put things to rights. With Those Who Wait
  • Extensive field research can mean long periods living under adverse conditions to which the researcher is unaccustomed.
  • He was unaccustomed to hard work.
  • It's surprising how many people are unaccustomed to hairiness.
  • But he confesses to grave and unaccustomed doubts about coming to Glasgow when he received the call from his old international team boss, because he did not want to let him down.
  • What with making light shelters against sun and rain, in Malay called atap, usually erected for long journeys, the placing of split bamboo sticks in the bottom of my prahu, and with the Penihings evidently unaccustomed to such work, it was eight o'clock before the start was made. Through Central Borneo; an Account of Two Years' Travel in the Land of Head-Hunters Between the Years 1913 and 1917
  • Veteran London commuters were astonished that taxi drivers, unaccustomed to clear runs through the streets, had stopped complaining.
  • The unaccustomed exercise left him breathless.
  • He fidgets in his chair like a man unaccustomed to sitting still, crossing and uncrossing his legs, slipping his socked feet underneath him.
  • He always made light of his unaccustomedness to his new life but perhaps it made him feel more unrestful than he would admit. T. Tembarom
  • The weather presented a particular challenge, especially for American servicemen unaccustomed to subarctic conditions.
  • In this semi-unconscious state of chloralism it is not unusual for circumstantial and _bizarre_ visions to present themselves -- more especially to individuals unaccustomed to the use of the drug. Masterpieces of Mystery In Four Volumes Mystic-Humorous Stories
  • Rats, stoats, ferrets, cats, and possums have decimated native animals that were unaccustomed to mammalian predators.
  • Third-placed Grewal is even more pleasantly surprised to be in the running for the prestigious event, unaccustomed as he is to being near the top of big tournaments.
  • The violinist plays the opening bars of a Mozart sonata, and the unaccustomed cadences and harmonies of classical western melody are like strange birdsong.
  • Done well as cover in his unaccustomed role. The Sun
  • People who are unaccustomed to praying aloud feel more comfortable trying it with just two or three others. Christianity Today
  • Where you have a people utterly unaccustomed to this kind of warfare -- warfare from the skies with all the unimaginable horrors of the unknown -- it requires more than courage to display the spirit which quite ordinary people in Britain have displayed. The Secret of the Spirit of Britain
  • Those who use unaccustomed eyebrow pencil you, whether to have some of worry?
  • Certain effects — an agreeable warmth, a delicate stillness, an echoless silence — gave our voices unaccustomed tone; at least, the listener fancied so. Last Leaves from Dunk Island
  • She lowered herself onto her own ornamental throne and did her best to appear regal although her head could barely hold the unaccustomed weight of her gold crown.
  • The story unfolds with unaccustomed briskness, and the period setting seems exactly right.
  • Many had, during marriage, distinct conjugal roles and were therefore quite unaccustomed to undertaking partners' household tasks.
  • Unreasonable politics and unreliable infrastructure are not however what worry the Khonoma village elders as much as the unaccustomed attention.
  • Her mouth felt dry from the unaccustomed smoke so she drank more wine -- ` raki " he called it -- which only made things worse. WALL GAMES
  • Even so, this mixture of first and second team players, several of them in unaccustomed positions, showed real determination and got stronger as the game progressed.
  • Her mouth felt dry from the unaccustomed smoke so she drank more wine -- ` raki " he called it -- which only made things worse. WALL GAMES
  • Even Ryan Giggs, especially Ryan Giggs, felt a long way from home, hearing the unaccustomed sound of jeering in his first foray down the patch of turf he knows as well as his back garden.
  • For those unaccustomed to the concept, a roundabout is an intersection with a circle in the middle that drivers go around and then continue on the route of their choice.
  • Unaccustomed to the urban environment, horses can be "spooked" easily, by anything from another horse to a plastic shopping bag to a pedestrian, and cause accidents that inflict great damage on vehicles, drivers and most often, the horses themselves. Laura Eldridge: The Harsh Reality for New York Carriage Horses
  • This time Craig Wilding, playing in an unaccustomed midfield role, delivered the killer ball for Jon Parkin to turn in the area and send an unstoppable shot past Paul Pettinger.
  • She is trying to understand her new awakening and is shocked and thrilled by the unusual and unaccustomed nature of her desires.
  • It's an unaccustomed role for a man whose journey up the greasy pole has looked effortless. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Olympic and world champion finished in the unaccustomed position of fourth.
  • The startled crew around us, unaccustomed to hearing a sociopolitical argument in the disco at 1 A.M., looked on with mouths agape.
  • Simple aches and pains from unaccustomed exercise, a virus or straightforward wear and tear. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘His Eternity!’ exclaimed Chrysostom, on whom, unaccustomed to the fulsomeness of Byzantine Courts, the title jarred like a blasphemy. Gathering Clouds: A Tale of the Days of St. Chrysostom
  • Seabeck, from his very unaccustomedness to women, seemed to her particularly pliable. The Ranch at the Wolverine
  • And here he found himself in the unaccustomed role of match winner - at both ends. The Sun
  • Merlot is Bordeaux's most planted black grape variety, and has been enjoying unaccustomed popularity elsewhere.
  • Being, however, quite unaccustomed to dealing with this dual condition of mind it is to be feared he was a little "distrait" and mechanical of speech. Christopher Hibbault, Roadmaker
  • Even now he recalled the unaccustomed world when he woke up, the strange feeling it had given him. To Let
  • This is a modern, unsegregated south that we are unaccustomed to seeing.
  • She opened it to see Vasic on her stoop, bareheaded in the rain, water streaming off his hair and beard, breath coming in pants as if he'd run from the car and was unaccustomed to the exertion.
  • The bright blue sky and the merry pipe of birds call him out to active exercise and unaccustomed sport.
  • Pure self-interest caused the Duke of Stone quite unreservedly to hope that he was anguished by the unaccustomedness of his surroundings, and was ready to pour himself forth to any one who would listen. T. Tembarom
  • Page 326 thicker than that of a hippopotamus, and a body to which fervid heat is a comfort rather than an annoyance, he droningly lounges over the prescribed task, on which the intrepid Englishman, unaccustomed and uninured to the burning sun, consumes his impatient energy, and too often sacrifices his life. Social relations in our Southern States,
  • They were genuine country girls, unaccustomed to many eyes.
  • an unaccustomed pleasure
  • This recipe is so easy that even an inexperienced man unaccustomed to baking can whip up this yummy cheesecake.
  • There is a mutual understanding of army language, clothing, signs and symbols that the civilian population at large would be unaccustomed to.
  • Many had, during marriage, distinct conjugal roles and were therefore quite unaccustomed to undertaking partners' household tasks.
  • Now that he's in charge, he's forcing a can-do attitude on a bureaucracy that's unaccustomed to a leader who actually expects results.
  • Two hundred and fifty crew members are spread across two resorts, and the bars and restaurants of the Vanuatu capital have an unaccustomed buzz.
  • I'm not saying I'm unaccustomed to luxury, but I did get quite excited to find I had an executive trouser press in my room.
  • Extensive field research can mean long periods living under adverse conditions to which the researcher is unaccustomed.
  • Thinking the matter over, wishing his head would quit pounding so that the process would not be so unaccustomedly, damnably slow, Neil realized that the immediate reaction of his captors upon discovering his escape undoubtedly would be to mount up and ride after him in furious pursuit, leaving no time for retribution against the women even if they were so inclined. Shameless
  • CNN Jonathan Freed in Melvern, Kansas, met people unaccustomed to the publicity and this level of heartbreak.
  • But still, how to initiate such unaccustomed intercourse? The English Is Coming!
  • Instead of trying to re- create the past, be unaccustomedly open about your feelings, then do nothing. Times, Sunday Times
  • While the Crusaders had to unriddle the unfamiliar customs that kept women of the Middle East in seclusion, the women they left behind in charge of their estates revelled in an unaccustomed independence.
  • Air-conditioning is a must for the American tourist who is unaccustomed to the possible one hundred degree heat.
  • Unemployed or still at school, often unaccustomed to budget discipline, young people now have unprecedented opportunities to outspend their means.
  • I am unaccustomed to being told what to do.
  • He had lost that touch of unaccustomedness – she hardly knew how to describe it – which had often irritated her in their former relation. Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land
  • Unaccustomed peace settled on the duck pond.
  • He then gave up the ghost, leaving the immense remains for the grieving servants who carried away cartload after cartload of parts, and some even sank beneath their grief, or the weight borne on their backs, unaccustomed to so heavily precious cargo. Best Left Unsaid: intro and ch.01
  • I avoided his stares and finished the meal in silence, surprising Gretchen with my unaccustomed taciturnity.

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