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  • "Unexpectedly" to others, perhaps, who did not see, because they did not look; but by no means "unexpectedly to himself," as I feel entitled to believe, both from the internal evidence in such stories, and from watching similar cases; there was every reason to expect that A. would die, and he knew it; but he found it useless to insist upon his own knowledge to his friends.

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  • From FoxNews, I'm guessing it's them poking fun at the enemedia with that, "Unexpectedly," crack.

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  • Unexpectedly, Afghan hounds and vizslas had a high relative proportion of death from respiratory disease.

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  • Unexpectedly he had a respectful admiration for Schoenberg, whose earliest masterpiece, Verklärte Nacht Transfigured Night, 1899, dates from the same time as Tosca and has a similarly mawkish story behind it, considered obscene at the time: two lovers are torn apart by the realisation that she is expecting a child by another man.

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