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- As a result of this unconventional approach, what we end up with is a film with dozens of Peter's voices, but without a voice of its own.
- The rather unconventional approach to criminals had its pros and cons, analysts said.
- This production uses some radical techniques and tries to explore unconventional approaches.
- The quirky, unconventional lawman is a plum role that at one point had seemingly passed Cardinal by.
- So both pieces are composed for a weird ensemble, with unconventional weightings of timbre and register.
- He takes an unconventional approach to stress, writing that it is not the killer people believe it to be.
- An unconventional approach to life was accompanied by humour, frankness, and generosity.
- His unconventional approach to fighting crime makes him a great cop, but takes a toll on his personal life.
- But the method of going about the task is unconventional to say the least.
- For it is in the essence of his behaviour that he should be eccentric, unconventional and rash in the eyes of public opinion.
- The background is complex and unconventional enough to send even a modern bohemian rushing to cover the piano legs.
- The only difference is that they are doing it in a more unconventional way.
- The unconventional aspects of the present struggle do not make its stakes any less grave.
- It's still strange to discover that somebody has been reading your diary, as unconventional as it is.
- Klezmer harmonica might be unconventional, but so is Fencioglu's playing style.
- Some had undergone unconventional operations while Neale had also carried out work beyond his capabilities.
- He shared her unconventional love of rude words and dirty jokes.
- Williams' vocal style is as unconventional as the melodies that he explores.
- The culture of our country predisposes us to trust unconventional medicine.
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