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- In this compulsively readable, deeply unnerving book, Wright traces the rise of Islamic terrorism from the Egyptian polemicist Sayyid Qutb to the spread of the Muslim Brotherhood .
- There's something unnerving about Miville's writing.
- More and more, however, doctors are making the unnerving case that no matter how reliable a drug or other treatment appears to be, too often there's simply little hard evidence .
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- Tomorrow's Harvest (Warp)
Ever since the release of Music Has the Right to Children in 1998, the alternately nostalgic and deeply unnerving ambient music of Boards of Canada has captivated a small, cultish fanbase. There are the thousands of YouTube videos trying to emulate the hallucinogenic quality of the Scottish duo’s songs. There are the meticulous efforts to discover the messages hidden in their music, such as the ...
June 11, 2013 - Willamette Week
- Concert to aid cancer patient
Meganne Rosen O'Neal got a call in October from her good friend and blog co-writer that was a little unnerving.
June 6, 2013 - The Springfield News-Leader
- Sean Avery in USA Today
I'm kind of used to the unnerving part, so getting the first (goal) out of the way I think was bigger,Avery said. "I definitely think teams want me to do poorly, they probably want me to get hurt, and want me to take penalties and...
- James Clyburn in Kansas City Star
Racial politics were injected into this campaign in a way that was unnerving to me,said Rep. James Clyburn, DS.C., the third-ranking Democrat in the US House of Representatives and a major figure in African-American politics in South Carolina.
- Ed Stelmach in CTV.ca
It is unnerving to see the 'Buy American' position gaining more and more steam,Stelmach said. "Free trade and open competition are important for companies on both sides of the border."