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i no per toohn

  • a  not opportune
    arrived at a most inopportune hour
    an inopportune visit

  • Most inopportune book of the month is The Dry Season, a slim, sage green volume of 17 poems by Malcolm Cowley, sometime literary editor of the New Republic, now chief information .
  • Ignace Cardinal Tappouni of Syria doggedly argued that the declaration was inopportune; his implication was that Moslem rulers in the Middle East would see it as Vatican .
  • Some of the problems China now faces are a result of economic policies that are finally kicking in at an inopportune time.

  • John Calipari in USA Today
    Every once in a while, I go, 'Oh my' and I kind of sit down,Calipari said. "And they usually come at inopportune times for the other team."
  • Jim Douglas in Washington Post
    States across America are facing some real constraints on their budgets, and to exacerbate that to the tune of $13 billion for these Medicaid regulation changes is particularly inopportune right now,said Republican Gov. Jim Douglas of Vermont.
  • Ramon Calderon in
    His declarations have been inopportune but nobody is going to be kept at the club against their will,Calderon told Telecinco.

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