Two rounds of voting are also unfamiliar.
It was strange and unfamiliar; it was a mood.
For me it will be about finding the unfamiliar.”
Immediately, feet alight on alien terrain, ears channel novel sounds and noses breathe in unfamiliar scents.
Soon, she will have to write a term paper on an unfamiliar faith in a foreign language.
This crisis has taken us all into unfamiliar territory, doing things that hardly seemed possible several weeks ago.
Abandoned by her husband along the way, she arrived in this crowded, chaotic and unfamiliar settlement with her children.
But it focuses on two more unfamiliar threats that lie just beneath the surface of everyday life, in your inbox and your medicine cabinet.
For some students, an unfamiliar higher education environment can be stressful, particularly for those who already have an underlying illness.
For those unfamiliar with the show, this is a segment where a famous person chooses two pieces of music, one which they’ve ‘inherited’ (usually something...
The escalating battle over voting restrictions places the Republican Party in the unfamiliar position of going against some of the biggest names in corporate America.
Seeing unfamiliar birds requires the assimilation of a large number of unfamiliar marks all at once, preferably under physically demanding, or at least very different, circumstances.
He wore an unfamiliar expression, something Poke couldn’t quite put his finger on, and then he realized the look wasn’t new or unfamiliar at all, he’d just never seen it on Rod’s face.
Many staff found themselves working in unfamiliar environments with unfamiliar equipment, looking after patients for whom they would not normally care, with colleagues with whom they would not normally work.
Presenting a fascinating collection of extracts never before broadcast on radio this documentary puts the emphasis on the unfamiliar with interviewees adding another dimension to Sid's story by revealing his early career and assessing his copious talents.
Instead, the app had to be downloaded by bypassing a phone’s security settings, a complicated process for anyone unfamiliar with the intricacies of mobile operating systems, and especially hard for many of the older, less tech-savvy caucus chairs in Iowa.
As a second-generation Chinese American, I've always felt disconnected from Chinese culture — I struggle with the language, am unfamiliar with its customs and traditions, and feel like an impostor in a Chinese body when interacting with first-generation immigrants.
A possible explanation, suggest Lene Aarøe and Michael Bang Petersen of Aarhus University and Kevin Arceneaux of Temple University, is that because disgust evolved as a defence mechanism against sickness, it prompts people to shun unfamiliar stimuli and unfamiliar people.
Lots of children with special needs find hospital visits or medical procedures a challenge, and can struggle with things like change to routine, being in an unfamiliar place with unfamiliar people, the discomfort of fasting before an anaesthetic, or just not understanding what’s happening and why.
(i) In order to work at all effectively, though, this approach requires that large amounts of relevant material be translated, so that the reader of the translation becomes habituated to it and acquires enough examples of a particular word’s unfamiliar use in enough different contexts to enable him to infer the unfamiliar rule for use that is involved.
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i In order to work at all effectively though this approach requires that large amounts of relevant material be translated so that the reader of the translation becomes habituated to it and acquires enough examples of a particular words unfamiliar use in enough different contexts to enable him to infer the unfamiliar rule for use that is involved