- But still the mountain loomed over her and just in some way it was different and unlike anything she had seen.
- For this house was different, unlike any I'd seen.
- I lived there only briefly, but even as a child I knew that the attitude among the city's poor, black population was unlike anything I'd ever experienced.
- It is performed with contrast agents that are not toxic to the kidneys, unlike conventional contrast arteriographic agents.
- But he said some graduates still preferred working for Levett & Bailey because, unlike many contractors, it had a training programme.
- There is even a legality attached to this aspect of what architects do: unlike a contractor, an architect cannot put a lien against a building if a client does not pay.
- It was, in short, unlike Inzamam's uncharacteristic foray, an entirely typical Jayasuriya innings, ending the day within touching distance of a magnificent century in a session.
- It would not be unlike South Africa, so full of contradictions, to produce such an incongruous solution to the problems in agriculture being felt all around the emerging world.
- Britney Spears will play an interesting role that is unlike herself during her guest appearance on CBS How I Met Your Mother.
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- Squared Euclidean distances were utilized in order to maximize the dissimilarity of unlike clusters.
- Ah! most unlike to what it was when planted by the Author of all good.
The use of unlike as a conjunction, as in she was behaving unlike she’d ever behaved before, is not considered standard English. It can be avoided by using as with a negative instead: she was behaving as she’d never behaved before.
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- The word ‘difference’ can be a quality or condition of being different, an instance of unlikeness, a specific point that constitutes a difference, or a distinct mark.
- You mean being and not being, and likeness and unlikeness, and same and different, and one and any other number they have.
- IR theorists have largely failed to follow the English school injunction that history requires ‘the elucidation of the unlikeness between past and present’.
Middle English: perhaps originally an alteration of Old Norse úlíkr; compare with Old English ungelīc 'not of the same kind, not comparable'.
- Since my feeble attempt at fiction is so unfruitful and unliked, I shall not continue the story to bore you guys.
- You know, he was not unliked by anybody.
- It's just that she craves attention and I don't want her to think that she's unliked or something.
- Toggling off the button results in unliking your previously liked item.
- Facebook's challenge will be to keep these ads as unobtrusive as possible so that users are not alienated or driven to unlike brands.
- Why do people unlike you: are you annoying your audience?
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