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- adj. Not exciting
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- adj. not stimulating
- adj. not exciting
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She has no real accomplishments either, but she is female, center-left and reliably safe and unexciting, which is what the real leaders of Europe want at this stage.
Columnist Michael Wilbon reminds us that -- whether we like it or not -- the "unexciting" Spurs are back in the thick of things in the NBA playoffs.
In the report released Thursday, Goldman Sachs reiterated its sell rating on ONGC's stock and pointed to a number of factors which are likely to weigh on the stock, which included its "unexciting" domestic track record, the company's overseas growth strategy and "long running corporate governance issues."
The firm was upgraded to buy from hold at Deutsche Bank, though the broker cut the telecom's price target after the profit warning from TIM Brazil and "unexciting" German margins.
Hence the marginalization of "unexciting" Richards.
FBR's research shows that with PC shipments in the first quarter of 2011 "slightly above consumption levels," PC chip stocks will be "unexciting" in the first quarter.
Murray called the budget "unexciting" as he kicked off the annual budget debate in the National Assembly and he accused Finance Minister Dr Ashni Singh of concealing more than he revealed during the presentation last week.
NEW YORK (AP) -- UPS Inc. said Thursday the U.S. economy is stable but "unexciting,"
There's nothing "unexciting" about hybrids, provided you do them right.
Well, not everything's "unexciting" about this whole economic recession ting.
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