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  • It always surprised me when my professors reacted to my confession that I was thinking about grad school with total unsurprise.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • I think it was more a happy feeling of unsurprise.

    Poll: Obama Holds Enormous "Voter Enthusiasm" Edge Over McCain

  • June 26th, 2009 at 5:53 pm a most pleasant unsurprise – the universe is still looking out for you, for obvious reasons…way to go, kiddo!

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  • Before and after Hillary Clinton made her official unsurprise announcement of "yes I'm running," her candidacy was greeted by a vast "god, no," by folks on the ground, otherwise known as pretty much everyone I talk to, of all political persuasions.

    How can it be the 2008 election season already?

  • So I am on the side of those wishing for at least small increases in in the minimum wage absent a basic income, that is, and I am unsurprise by the results supporting the notion that a small increase in the minimum wage will not significantly reduce employment.

    Power Line on the Minimum Wage

  • On Sunday, I noted First Things editor Richard John Neuhaus's circumlocutory expression of unsurprise at the forced resignation of America editor Thomas Reese: It would be fair to say that during the pontificate of John Paul II that America apparently saw itself or at least certainly read as a magazine of what some would describe as the loyal opposition.

    Philocrites: May 2005 Archives

  • On Sunday, I noted First Things editor Richard John Neuhaus's circumlocutory expression of unsurprise at the forced resignation of America editor Thomas Reese: It would be fair to say that during the pontificate of John Paul II that America apparently saw itself or at least certainly read as a magazine of what some would describe as the loyal opposition.

    Philocrites: Richard John Neuhaus, foe of 'editorial error.'

  • LANDESMAN: Well, unfortunately there's always a momentary shock to these revelations and then a kind of saturating, deep, unsurprise.

    CNN Transcript May 24, 2004

  • Her eyes met his in eager questioning, but she had that temper of unsurprise of many of the eastern peoples and of some animals.

    Romance Island

  • Impressions of great buildings, dim white and misty grey and bathed in light, bewilderingly succeeded one another; but, as in the days which followed the news of his inheritance, he found himself now in a temper of unsurprise, in that mental atmosphere -- properly the normal -- which regards all miracle as natural law.

    Romance Island

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