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she seemed to make a point of being unfashionably dressed
- In a political age dominated by bloggers, conservatives and cable news, the Nation delivers a regular helping of unfashionably liberal journalism printed on gray butcher paper .
- At her new school, where she arrived dressed in shabby clothes, her hair braided unfashionably, another nine-year-old girl, without provocation, announced that she hated herand .
- RUNNING MAN Jim Davis, chief of New Balance, has hit the big leagues with a line of unfashionably cool shoes.
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- 'A Band Called Death': They would not go quietly
Detroit's Hackney brothers weren't that much ahead of their time in 1974, when they started playing speedy hard rock. But they were probably the first African American musicians to adopt the style that became known as "punk." And they suffered commercially for choosing a name that was then unfashionably severe: Death.
June 27, 2013 - The News-Herald
- Tony Blair in AFP
Seabiscuit and Barbaro bore very little resemblance as racehorses: Seabiscuit was unfashionably bred and unfortunately conformed, and rose from origins of embarrassing futility; Barbaro was a splendid creature who never lost a race until his... Laura Hillenbrand http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Hillenbrand&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGxWU7EfBPsy5F6tsVv4zNpYWzZfg Bloomberg http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news%3Fpid%3D20601082%26sid%3DazAC15LJvWVg%26refer%3Dcanada&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFZoaila_wpNioSm7J47r6p0KNQYg Jan 29, 2007
104569 137977 unfashionably The issue of gender equality is a matter of simple justice or, to be unfashionably unapologetic about it, a matter of right and wrong", Blair told an audience at the Chatham House international affairs think-tank in London.