BIRDS have a habit of surprising people.
So then why didn’t he call (24) surprising?
There are, moreover, some surprising omissions in the cast list.
It’s also surprising that iOS 12 will run on every device that currently runs iOS 11.
Which is surprising considering the predicament they’ve faced this year.
He viewed (34) and (35) as the most surprising of his surprising theorems.
Even more surprising is the fact that the witness could not have said (16) instead of (15).
According to Boden, a new development is creative if it is novel, surprising, and important.
This is not surprising in the Senate, since that chamber's procedural rules make muddle inevitable.
Most of them didn’t remember writing these letters, which isn’t surprising, more than 50 years ago and all.
So if E is surprising, but would not be surprising if we knew H were true, then E will significantly confirm H.
A surprising number of people have fallen into QAnon and other assorted sinkholes where intelligence and common sense go to die.
Untold, surprising, shocking... are all good words for these factual based stories and do think about surprising ways to convey the story.
Like experiment, simulation can demonstrate both the surprising fragility of a favored hypothesis and the surprising robustness of an unexpected effect.
Although most of Mally’s surprising theorems are not derivable in RD, this has nothing to do with Mally’s own reasons for regarding these theorems as surprising.
"What was surprising to the outside world in terms of end result was less surprising to us," Smith told Business Insider this week at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
It might be surprising that Tomás is taller than his father, but it is certainly not surprising that Tomás is taller than someone, and yet the former entails the latter.
In other words, Mally should have reasoned as follows: (1′) is surprising; but (1′) is an immediate consequence of (1) in virtue of Axiom I; Axiom 1 is uncontroversial; so (1) is to be regarded as surprising.
Many of Mally’s surprising theorems are derivable in KD, but they have, as it were, lost their sting: those theorems lead to surprising consequences when combined with Mally’s Axiom I and his definition of f , but they are completely harmless without these postulates.
It is a resolution that the most surprising people, in the most surprising of contexts, continue to find themselves unable to show - I am thinking, for example, of the recently reported remarks of Labour MP Tam Dalyell, who said Tony Blair had been "unduly influenced by a cabal of Jewish advisers".
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