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i nuhks pli suh buhl

  • a  incapable of being explained or accounted for
    inexplicable errors
    left the house at three in the morning for inexplicable reasons

  • Yet the stories told by those who survived were both fearsomely fascinating and ultimately inexplicable.
  • At other moments, Graham was more of an abstraction: There was some inexplicable and subconscious comfort in knowing Katharine Graham was around, her solid news sense and .
  • In the inexplicable back alleys of the Internet, the cat is king.
News & Articles

  • Here's The Teaser for Diana Starring Naomi Watts As Naomi Watts in a Wig
    The first half of the teaser trailer for Diana , the biopic about the Princess of Wales, avoids showing Diana's face entirely. There are high angles, over the shoulder angles, and shots that cut off just below the Princess's ear. After an inexplicable pan of a living room, lots of crowds assembled en masse, and crouching paparazzi, we finally see the visage of Naomi Watts, peering out below a ...
    June 12, 2013 - Gawker
  • Twins followed similar paths in nursing field
    GOREVILLE — Ask any set of twins and they’ll tell you about inexplicable connections between them.
    June 8, 2013 - The Southern Illinoisan

  • Michael Bloomberg in Guardian Unlimited
    I can tell you that it is to me unacceptable or inexplicable how you can have 50-odd shots fired, but that's up to the investigation to find out what really happened,Bloomberg said after meeting with community leaders at City Hall.
  • Arlen Specter in Chicago Sun-Times
    I am very concerned about the underlying facts on the taping, the reasons for the judgment on the limited penalties and, most of all, the inexplicable destruction of the tapes,Specter said in a Thursday letter to Goodell.
  • Robert Baer in Washington Post (blog)
    The most inexplicable error was to have met Balawi by committee,writes Baer, whose exploits were dramatized in the George Clooney movie Syriana. "Informants should always be met one-on-one. Always."

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