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- adjective Not surprising; expected.
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- adjective not
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- adjective not causing surprise
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Even more unsurprising is the fact that this neo-nazi moron was parked in a disabled parking spot.
All in all, this sort of behavior is unsurprising from a company that has spent the last few years slowly but surely turning away from its power user base in an attempt to appeal to a broader market.
Equally unsurprising is the fact that the New York Times typically carried reports on that panel on page 46.
The fact that he was willing to do damage to the country with useless concessions to a party that has proven itself a moral and intellectual failure to them on his side was extremely disturbing, and the fact that he succeeded not at all in unsurprising.
The auction came one day after Moody's warned Spain of a possible downgrade to its triple-A rating, a move that was described as unsurprising but nonetheless unfortunate in its timing.
Nearly 60\% of respondents said they believe the financial system is unfair -- a result the professors called unsurprising given the loss of trillions of dollars of household wealth over the past year.
In a completely unsurprising turn of events (unsurprising, that is, to those of us who have never had any illusions about Opossum), the Justice Department has moved to confirm and expand the Bush administration's doctrine on wiretapping.
Donald Findlater, director of the Lucy Faithfull Foundation, a charity concerned with the welfare of offenders and victims and which aids the police, the national offender management service, and Mappa, said the report's findings were "unsurprising".
Fortunately, the Washington Post (which happens to be a bastion of neo-conservatism) published a terrific editorial today that points out that Khalidi is nothing more, or less, than a respected Palestinian-American academic who holds views that are "unsurprising" although "complex."
First off, it is kind of unsurprising that you, a rightwinger, would whine about Clinton.