In the end, you've got a study of unusually compliant and stable people (who may be different in all sorts of ways) and oops!
This makes me feel better, for, in truth, I have been unusually upset lately.
In a region full of troubles, this is nonetheless an unusually crowded hour.
Even humor, the usual respite of the British, seems to be flagging in the wake of an unusually grey winter.
"He has a small inner circle to whom he's unusually loyal," says one current executive.
Between parent and child, the intimacy had been unusually close.
Ham was alone there, and the glance which he bestowed upon me was unusually ugly.
But the jacket felt so unusually heavy;—could there, perhaps, be gold in it to make up in some measure for the cruel infliction?
Evidently this was looked upon as an unusually valuable charm.
Unless a camel is fresh, unusually large and strong, or constantly urged, it rarely makes more than two miles an hour.