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unfamiliar Sentence Examples

  • The sheets were cold and the unfamiliar surroundings unsettling.

  • She tried to keep up with him, but her legs ached from the unfamiliar exercise.

  • He scowled at the other girls, and his voice had an unfamiliar edge.

  • Two bolted to his feet at the unfamiliar voice.

  • She was in the middle of an unfamiliar, tall hallway.

  • Cheered by the pink demon, she looked from the unfamiliar writing to him.

  • Maybe she called the cigarettes 'old' because the packaging looked unfamiliar.

  • I'm not sure all packaging wouldn't look unfamiliar to a girl her age.

  • Nearing the old house, she spotted an unfamiliar truck parked beside the road.

  • She paused, the unfamiliar sensation a combination of adrenaline that made her blood quicken and electricity that made her skin tingle.

  • She was halfway to the portal when the low, unfamiliar voice reached her.

  • At the unfamiliar voice, she faced the two men standing outside her kitchen.

  • Having the world's best neurologist on call was one of the perks of the rich and famous, a world unfamiliar to her except that her sister had been gunning for it since her sixteenth birthday.

  • The minute he found her missing from the cave, he'd felt an uneasy, unfamiliar sense of concern.

  • The voice was unfamiliar.

  • It certainly tasted like beef, though the tangy spices were unfamiliar.

  • The name was unfamiliar, which meant he was not well connected and not among the families of his advisors.

  • If she were unfamiliar with the accepted societal behaviors of a woman on his planet, he couldn't expect her to be any more familiar with the machine.

  • As Dean peddled up to Bird Song, he saw no unfamiliar cars.

  • She moved here a month ago, so was unfamiliar with the area.

  • It was as if their bodies were created to be together, not at all unfamiliar, entwined and as one.

  • She stopped, unfamiliar with the sight of death.

  • The fuzzy, unfamiliar world around her burst into clarity.

  • Her gaze went to the unfamiliar horizon as raw pain began to replace her numbness.

  • "Carmen?" an unfamiliar male voice asked.

  • Second obstacle: surviving her first full day in an unfamiliar job working for someone with the uncanny knowledge that she was there for nefarious reasons.

  • Brow furrowing, she pushed herself up to examine the unfamiliar bedroom.

  • He took some part in the political events of the time; in 994 he was a hostage in the hands of the Northmen, and he was not unfamiliar with the actualities of war.

  • In London he seems to have seen but little select society - partly from his father's taste, "which had always preferred the highest and lowest company," and partly from his own reserve and timidity, increased by his foreign education, which had made English habits unfamiliar, and the very language 2 The affair, however, was not finally broken off till 1763.

  • But, as he suggests himself, his studied advocacy of unfamiliar projects of reform had made him unpopular with "moderate Liberals."

  • His influence upon his successors has scarcely been as far-reaching as might have been expected - a circumstance which is perhaps in some measure owing to the unfamiliar dialect in which he wrote.

  • For nearly the whole of the year 1890 the Stevensons were cruising through unfamiliar archipelagos Eon board a little trading steamer, the "Janet Nicholl."

  • The evidence, of course, is necessarily only that of the scryers themselves, but repeated experiments by persons of probity, and unfamiliar with the topic, combined with the world-wide existence of the practice, prove that hallucinatory pictures are really induced.

  • These insects are adorned with bands of black and yellow, or with bright metallic colours, and on account of their large size and formidable ovipositors they often cause needless alarm to persons unfamiliar with their habits.

  • On the other hand, the idea of contempt at the exposure of the person, to whatever extent, may not have been so prominent, especially if the custom were not unfamiliar, and it is possible that the sequel refers more particularly to grosser practices attending outbursts of religious enthusiasm.'

  • Unable at first to cope with their unfamiliar ideas, he determined to become a scholar, and until 1628 was engaged in a careful study of Greek and Latin authors, the outcome of which was his great translation of Thucydides.

  • The method of compressing tea into tablets 8 or bricks is unfamiliar in western Europe.

  • Whether we look at his pure mathematical or at his physical researches we receive the same impression of Pascal; we see the strongest marks of a great original genius creating new ideas, and seizing upon, mastering, and pursuing farther everything that was fresh and unfamiliar in his time.

  • There are some intensely vivid descriptions of the resurrection and the last day which must have exercised a demonic power over men who were quite unfamiliar with such pictures.

  • In later times the peacock, which was still unfamiliar to the Greeks in the 5th century, was her favourite, especially at Samos.

  • Their lyrics celebrated the mountains and rivers of the magnificent country they had left; and, while introducing images and scenery unfamiliar to the inhabitants of monotonous Denmark, they enriched the language with new words and phrases.

  • Moreover, among the Jewish families settled in the 5th century B.C. in Egypt (Elephantine) and Babylonia (Nippur), the Babylonian-Assyrian principles are in vogue, and the presumption that they were not unfamiliar in Palestine is strengthened further by the otherwise unaccountable appearance of Babylonian-Assyrian elements later in the Talmudic law.

  • To reach the masses, unfamiliar with Spanish, manuals of devotion and outlines of Christian doctrine were translated into the various native languages.

  • Introduction to unfamiliar collocations follows upon this, and, only so, is it possible finally to gather scattered examples into a conspectus as instances of one idea or law.

  • Like Italian men of letters, these pioneers of humanism gave a classic turn to their patronymics; unfamiliar names, Crotus Rubeanus and Pierius Graecus, Capnion and Lupambulus Ganymedes, Oecolampadius and Melanchthon, resounded on the Rhine.

  • In the first place, the comparative indecency of Rabelais has been much exaggerated by persons unfamiliar with early French literature.

  • Since then exploring expeditions have made known a host of new genera, often exhibiting unfamiliar types of structure.

  • But the succession of a woman to the crown was as unfamiliar to English as to Norman ideas, nor did it seem natural to either to place a young child on the throne.

  • Educated in comparative seclusion, her character and her person were unfamiliar to her future subjects, who were a little weary of the extravagances and eccentricities of her immediate predecessors.

  • In education the Scandinavian Lapps are far ahead of their Russian brethren, to whom reading and writing are arts as unfamiliar as they were to their pagan ancestors.

  • It is suggested as the origin of the legend, that the Greeks in early times, to whom riding was unfamiliar, regarded the horsemen of the northern hordes as one and the same with their horses; hence the idea of the Centaur as half-man, half-animal.

  • The sheets were cold and the unfamiliar surroundings unsettling.

  • She tried to keep up with him, but her legs ached from the unfamiliar exercise.

  • He scowled at the other girls, and his voice had an unfamiliar edge.

  • It was a scene not unfamiliar to Adrienne, but she had been fortunate up to this point that it had never been a personal tragedy.

  • Did you stop drinking the juice your master gave you? an unfamiliar voice asked.

  • Two bolted to his feet at the unfamiliar voice.

  • She was in the middle of an unfamiliar, tall hallway.

  • Cheered by the pink demon, she looked from the unfamiliar writing to him.

  • Maybe she called the cigarettes 'old' because the packaging looked unfamiliar.

  • I'm not sure all packaging wouldn't look unfamiliar to a girl her age.

  • Nearing the old house, she spotted an unfamiliar truck parked beside the road.

  • She paused, the unfamiliar sensation a combination of adrenaline that made her blood quicken and electricity that made her skin tingle.

  • She was halfway to the portal when the low, unfamiliar voice reached her.

  • At the unfamiliar voice, she faced the two men standing outside her kitchen.

  • Having the world's best neurologist on call was one of the perks of the rich and famous, a world unfamiliar to her except that her sister had been gunning for it since her sixteenth birthday.

  • The minute he found her missing from the cave, he'd felt an uneasy, unfamiliar sense of concern.

  • The voice was unfamiliar.

  • It certainly tasted like beef, though the tangy spices were unfamiliar.

  • The name was unfamiliar, which meant he was not well connected and not among the families of his advisors.

  • If she were unfamiliar with the accepted societal behaviors of a woman on his planet, he couldn't expect her to be any more familiar with the machine.

  • He broke free of attackers before reaching the camouflaged door and waved his band in front of what would look like just another boulder to someone unfamiliar with the path.

  • As Dean peddled up to Bird Song, he saw no unfamiliar cars.

  • He glanced back once more at the void beyond the ledge and then looped the line around his body and stomped the few feet toward the cliff, trying to step without tripping in the cumbersome and unfamiliar foot wear.

  • She moved here a month ago, so was unfamiliar with the area.

  • It was as if their bodies were created to be together, not at all unfamiliar, entwined and as one.

  • She stopped, unfamiliar with the sight of death.

  • The fuzzy, unfamiliar world around her burst into clarity.

  • Her gaze went to the unfamiliar horizon as raw pain began to replace her numbness.

  • "Carmen?" an unfamiliar male voice asked.

  • Second obstacle: surviving her first full day in an unfamiliar job working for someone with the uncanny knowledge that she was there for nefarious reasons.

  • Brow furrowing, she pushed herself up to examine the unfamiliar bedroom.

  • However, being severely allergic to certain foods, I can never afford to experiment with dishes that I am unfamiliar with.

  • One immediate consequence of this is that Tinker, Tailor... feels somewhat antiquated, of belonging in some distant, unfamiliar time.

  • attachments from senders that they do not know or addresses they are unfamiliar with.

  • An unfamiliar aroma greeted his nostrils as she poured broth, sharp with herbs, into the waiting bowls.

  • Those who are unfamiliar with butter were churning the butter.

  • called upon to make a couple of fine saves in his unfamiliar role.

  • choral repertoire that must have been largely unfamiliar to much of the audience.

  • Those who are unfamiliar with butter were churning the butter.

  • cleft in the cliff they were greeted by an unfamiliar sight.

  • This soft natural lambskin comforter can be useful on the move as young travelers will feel secure in unfamiliar places.

  • fogyd fogies were young once Remember your first day at school; Walking into a room with thirty unfamiliar faces?

  • interpellated a mass, mostly middle-class audience, either unfamiliar with or uninterested in the traditional grand narratives.

  • A hand-eye coordination system has been developed to guide a robot manipulator to pick up unfamiliar objects in unstructured environments with uncalibrated stereo cameras.

  • Familiar and unfamiliar Sea Shanties were accompanied by a variety of instruments including melodeons, concertinas, two guitars and a tin whistle.

  • early misstep But it goes without saying that marketers ' entrance into unfamiliar virtual worlds will be tricky.

  • modish, edgy look to them which lends them an air of unfamiliar exoticism.

  • objectifythan reflecting on what we are doing we are concerned about expressing it in an unfamiliar objectified form.

  • originates from an unfamiliar source.

  • snider avery American Savings Life Insurance Company v. Income of those unfamiliar with direct channels.

  • subtlety he unfamiliar with the subtleties of the Greek language.

  • A few unfamiliar faces had entered the tavern, that wasn't entirely unusual but a lone unfamiliar face ordered an unfamiliar drink.

  • Those unfamiliar with grammatical terminology should also attend the class in ' Background to language learning ' during their first term.

  • Pop-up boxes remind learners of unfamiliar terminology in a clear visual glossary.

  • For most members of SEAC, policy on animal breeding was unfamiliar territory.

  • unfamiliar with grammatical terminology should also attend the class in ' Background to language learning ' during their first term.

  • unfamiliar with this concept of IC looking " hip " you aren't the only one.

  • unfamiliar with the term, wyrd is an Anglo-Saxon word meaning something like fate.

  • unfamiliar with the story, here is a basic version.

  • unfamiliar with the procedure.

  • It quickly turned the MP for West Bromwich East, a hitherto unfamiliar backbencher, into something of a new media star.

  • You on the other hand will be stepping into totally unfamiliar territory.

  • SAA is intended for students who are studying the subject for the first time or who are relatively unfamiliar with British social anthropology.

  • Why it remains a largely unfamiliar destination to the British is still a mystery to me.

  • Even those wholly unfamiliar with this area will find the text entirely accessible.

  • Most of us are completely unfamiliar with such poverty.

  • unfamiliar surroundings.

  • unfamiliar territory for us, each etched on my memory from the Bank of England to Havant.

  • unfamiliar terrain toward which these sirens draw the unwary through spectral waves.

  • unfamiliar terminology.

  • Saints travel to Reading for an unfamiliar Friday night kick off, with an equally unfamiliar line-up.

  • unfamiliar situations.

  • The world seemed remarkably unfamiliar; more closed in some ways; more accessible in others.

  • Knight is the one here who appears unfamiliar with the literature on this issue.

  • If any terms remain unfamiliar after reading this, our extensive Glossary should help you.

  • unprecedented in terms of its procedural and legal complexity and extends unfamiliar areas of law to millions of people.

  • OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Pursuits such as scuba diving, mountain climbing, white water rafting and hang gliding can be dangerous in unfamiliar surroundings.

  • The intuitive new wizard removes the jargon and unfamiliar terms from selecting different configurations to produce PDF optimized for different uses.

  • He took some part in the political events of the time; in 994 he was a hostage in the hands of the Northmen, and he was not unfamiliar with the actualities of war.

  • And though there was positive gain in the removal of idolatrous and corrupt modes of worship, there was also positive loss in the disappearance of this old genial phase of Hebrew social life and worship. It involved a vast difference to many a Judaean village when the festival pilgrimage was no longer made to the familiar local sanctuary with its hoary associations of ancient heroic or patriarchal story, but to a distant and comparatively unfamiliar city with its stately shrine and priesthood.

  • In London he seems to have seen but little select society - partly from his father's taste, "which had always preferred the highest and lowest company," and partly from his own reserve and timidity, increased by his foreign education, which had made English habits unfamiliar, and the very language 2 The affair, however, was not finally broken off till 1763.

  • But, as he suggests himself, his studied advocacy of unfamiliar projects of reform had made him unpopular with "moderate Liberals."

  • His influence upon his successors has scarcely been as far-reaching as might have been expected - a circumstance which is perhaps in some measure owing to the unfamiliar dialect in which he wrote.

  • For nearly the whole of the year 1890 the Stevensons were cruising through unfamiliar archipelagos Eon board a little trading steamer, the "Janet Nicholl."

  • The evidence, of course, is necessarily only that of the scryers themselves, but repeated experiments by persons of probity, and unfamiliar with the topic, combined with the world-wide existence of the practice, prove that hallucinatory pictures are really induced.

  • Pliny (Epp. 96) states that he had never taken part in formal trials of Christians, and was therefore unfamiliar with precedents as to the extent of the investigation.

  • These insects are adorned with bands of black and yellow, or with bright metallic colours, and on account of their large size and formidable ovipositors they often cause needless alarm to persons unfamiliar with their habits.

  • On the other hand, the idea of contempt at the exposure of the person, to whatever extent, may not have been so prominent, especially if the custom were not unfamiliar, and it is possible that the sequel refers more particularly to grosser practices attending outbursts of religious enthusiasm.'

  • Unable at first to cope with their unfamiliar ideas, he determined to become a scholar, and until 1628 was engaged in a careful study of Greek and Latin authors, the outcome of which was his great translation of Thucydides.

  • The method of compressing tea into tablets 8 or bricks is unfamiliar in western Europe.

  • Whether we look at his pure mathematical or at his physical researches we receive the same impression of Pascal; we see the strongest marks of a great original genius creating new ideas, and seizing upon, mastering, and pursuing farther everything that was fresh and unfamiliar in his time.

  • There are some intensely vivid descriptions of the resurrection and the last day which must have exercised a demonic power over men who were quite unfamiliar with such pictures.

  • In later times the peacock, which was still unfamiliar to the Greeks in the 5th century, was her favourite, especially at Samos.

  • Their lyrics celebrated the mountains and rivers of the magnificent country they had left; and, while introducing images and scenery unfamiliar to the inhabitants of monotonous Denmark, they enriched the language with new words and phrases.

  • Moreover, among the Jewish families settled in the 5th century B.C. in Egypt (Elephantine) and Babylonia (Nippur), the Babylonian-Assyrian principles are in vogue, and the presumption that they were not unfamiliar in Palestine is strengthened further by the otherwise unaccountable appearance of Babylonian-Assyrian elements later in the Talmudic law.

  • To reach the masses, unfamiliar with Spanish, manuals of devotion and outlines of Christian doctrine were translated into the various native languages.

  • Introduction to unfamiliar collocations follows upon this, and, only so, is it possible finally to gather scattered examples into a conspectus as instances of one idea or law.

  • Like Italian men of letters, these pioneers of humanism gave a classic turn to their patronymics; unfamiliar names, Crotus Rubeanus and Pierius Graecus, Capnion and Lupambulus Ganymedes, Oecolampadius and Melanchthon, resounded on the Rhine.

  • In the first place, the comparative indecency of Rabelais has been much exaggerated by persons unfamiliar with early French literature.

  • Since then exploring expeditions have made known a host of new genera, often exhibiting unfamiliar types of structure.

  • But the succession of a woman to the crown was as unfamiliar to English as to Norman ideas, nor did it seem natural to either to place a young child on the throne.

  • Educated in comparative seclusion, her character and her person were unfamiliar to her future subjects, who were a little weary of the extravagances and eccentricities of her immediate predecessors.

  • In education the Scandinavian Lapps are far ahead of their Russian brethren, to whom reading and writing are arts as unfamiliar as they were to their pagan ancestors.

  • "After these things" comes the offering of Isaac which implicitly annuls the sacrifice of the first-born, a not unfamiliar rite in Palestine as the denunciations prove (cf.

  • It is suggested as the origin of the legend, that the Greeks in early times, to whom riding was unfamiliar, regarded the horsemen of the northern hordes as one and the same with their horses; hence the idea of the Centaur as half-man, half-animal.

  • Before we began the story Miss Sullivan explained to me the things that she knew I should not understand, and as we read on she explained the unfamiliar words.

  • The Proctor also was a stranger, and did not attempt to communicate with me in any way; and, as they were both unfamiliar with my speech, they could not readily understand what I said to them.

  • Through the door came the sounds of Kutuzov's voice, excited and dissatisfied, interrupted by another, an unfamiliar voice.

  • "Now then, Matvevna, dear old lady, don't let me down!" he was saying as he moved from the gun, when a strange, unfamiliar voice called above his head: "Captain Tushin!

  • "Look, his mustache and eyelashes are all white!" said one of the strange, pretty, unfamiliar people--the one with fine eyebrows and mustache.

  • He kept looking to either side of the road for familiar faces, but only saw everywhere the unfamiliar faces of various military men of different branches of the service, who all looked with astonishment at his white hat and green tail coat.

  • For some seconds they gazed with frightened eyes at one another's unfamiliar faces and both were perplexed at what they had done and what they were to do next.

  • Napoleon rode up the high ground at Semenovsk, and through the smoke saw ranks of men in uniforms of a color unfamiliar to him.

  • The porter, listening in perplexity to the unfamiliar Polish accent and not realizing that the interpreter was speaking Russian, did not understand what was being said to him and slipped behind the others.

  • The bibliography from Poetics Today includes unfamiliar material on semiotics approaches to culture.

  • Study in the diverse group of in snider avery American Savings Life Insurance Company v. Income of those unfamiliar with direct channels.

  • The cave came alive with unfamiliar noises as stalactites dripped and splattered on the sand and rock.

  • Nor is he unfamiliar with the subtleties of the Greek language.

  • A few unfamiliar faces had entered the tavern, that was n't entirely unusual but a lone unfamiliar face ordered an unfamiliar drink.

  • Those unfamiliar with grammatical terminology should also attend the class in ' Background to language learning ' during their first term.

  • Pop-up boxes remind learners of unfamiliar terminology in a clear visual glossary.

  • For most members of SEAC, policy on animal breeding was unfamiliar territory.

  • You'll also hear Akala shift into a territory unfamiliar to rap: elemental guitar rock built on distorted chords and thundering drums.

  • For those of you unfamiliar with this concept of IC looking " hip " you are n't the only one.

  • For anyone unfamiliar with the term, wyrd is an Anglo-Saxon word meaning something like fate.

  • If you are unfamiliar with the story, here is a basic version.

  • So the handling centers may well be unfamiliar with the procedure.

  • It quickly turned the MP for West Bromwich East, a hitherto unfamiliar backbencher, into something of a new media star.

  • You on the other hand will be stepping into totally unfamiliar territory.

  • SAA is intended for students who are studying the subject for the first time or who are relatively unfamiliar with British social anthropology.

  • Why it remains a largely unfamiliar destination to the British is still a mystery to me.

  • Even those wholly unfamiliar with this area will find the text entirely accessible.

  • Most of us are completely unfamiliar with such poverty.

  • Harker 's bravery is initially suggested through his optimism despite unfamiliar surroundings.

  • Defeat is unfamiliar territory for us, each etched on my memory from the Bank of England to Havant.

  • Again the music is suggestive of an unfamiliar terrain toward which these sirens draw the unwary through spectral waves.

  • A member of staff will be present to assist with unfamiliar terminology.

  • Saints travel to Reading for an unfamiliar Friday night kick off, with an equally unfamiliar line-up.

  • This module assesses the student 's ability to apply basic physics to unfamiliar situations.

  • The world seemed remarkably unfamiliar; more closed in some ways; more accessible in others.

  • Knight is the one here who appears unfamiliar with the literature on this issue.

  • If any terms remain unfamiliar after reading this, our extensive Glossary should help you.

  • This change is unprecedented in terms of its procedural and legal complexity and extends unfamiliar areas of law to millions of people.

  • OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Pursuits such as scuba diving, mountain climbing, white water rafting and hang gliding can be dangerous in unfamiliar surroundings.

  • The intuitive new wizard removes the jargon and unfamiliar terms from selecting different configurations to produce PDF optimized for different uses.

  • The hikers were having a difficulty navigating the unfamiliar area with a simplecontourmap.

  • He hoped to achieve a state of enlightenment by attending numerous courses about unfamiliar topics.

  • If you are trying to create something new, different and unfamiliar, you may be ignored or mocked; you certainly will have a lot of doors shut in your face.

  • In other words, don't use large, unfamiliar words to describe the pregnancy and birth of the new baby.

  • Because the order of Chinese names are pronounced in the reverse of many other cultures, including American names, those unfamiliar with this Chinese tradition often become confused regarding which name is the actual surname.

  • Most parents are unfamiliar with the term "hemangioma", and they typically have numerous questions regarding this skin anomaly.

  • Those unfamiliar with a baptism ceremony may not understand all that an invitation to attend a child's baptism conveys.

  • It's a good idea to have a few covers and liners already set up for occasions when you want to do a quick change or someone unfamiliar with diaper folding is taking care of your child.

  • A good travel guide is essential to enjoying the best hotels, restaurants, sights and sounds of any place unfamiliar to you.

  • This can help significantly when traveling in an unfamiliar area.

  • Aftermarket. These kind of units are purchased because you want the ability to use it in your car as well as on foot, like in an unfamiliar city.

  • Read feedback about the store if you're unfamiliar with the company.

  • If you're unfamiliar with the term, buying items wholesale means that you're purchasing something, in this case basket supplies, from a wholesaler who purchases directly from the manufacturer, without having to go to a retail store.

  • Cats get stressed and often stop using the litter box because of a traumatic situation such as a move, the presence of unfamiliar people, addition of a new pet or cats outside of the house.

  • If you are unfamiliar with the term "kneading", it is used to describe the behavior of a cat when it uses its front paws to grasp and repeatedly pull at a carpet, pillow or some other soft surface while alternating one paw with the other.

  • Books available in an online format sometimes have special features, such as a dictionary to look up unfamiliar words or the option of having a narrator read the story to you.

  • Most kids will stumble over unfamiliar words; a parent nearby can help them sound it out and repeat it several times until they're comfortable with it.

  • For those unfamiliar with the term, the John Newbery Medal is awarded annually to an outstanding work of children's literature published during the previous year.

  • If the children come across unfamiliar words, they can use the Magic Pen to hear the word aloud, and the dictionary defines the words.

  • Ask for a copy of your medical report, especially if you receive a bill you are unfamiliar with from a provider you did not use.

  • Likewise, hiring an attorney who charges a small hourly rate but is unfamiliar with divorce law and/or your local court can be very expensive.

  • LTK: For those who may be unfamiliar with AZO-free dyes and the process of how these dyes are made, can you give a brief background?

  • The concept of the humors is not unfamiliar to most people in the English speaking world.

  • Those unfamiliar with mineral makeup might not be aware that it's more than just foundation.

  • Even those unfamiliar with the brand will likely grow to love using the product.

  • If you are unfamiliar with the different brands of makeup, visit several different counters, collecting advice and samples on which foundation is best for your skin tone and type.

  • Things move fast and unfamiliar terms might get thrown around.

  • Check your account regularly for any unfamiliar transactions.

  • People who are unfamiliar with DSLRs can use the automatic shooting mode until they get the hang of more advanced features.

  • If you're unfamiliar with basic web design, you may even want to consider hiring a professional designer to create a site for your business.

  • Podcasting is becoming increasingly popular, but the concept is often unfamiliar to many crafters.

  • The site also offers instructions for using pdf files if you are unfamiliar with downloading and opening files.

  • Keep in mind as well that anytime you download something from the internet, especially from a website you are unfamiliar with, you are putting your computer and its data at risk.

  • The sizing of various labels can be very different, so if you are buying an unfamiliar label or one you've never worn before, make sure to read any special sizing information on the site.

  • He isn't the only one experiencing new emotions and venturing into unfamiliar territory.

  • Delia's, sometimes spelled Deliah's by unfamiliar shoppers, is a top teen fashion destination.

  • The prospect of following a raw food diet may seem daunting to those unfamiliar with its basic tenets.

  • Candy Mess: If you are unfamiliar with recipes or techniques, you may end up with a molten mess instead of the candy in the recipe.

  • People who are unfamiliar with eating disorders sometimes confuse bulimia and anorexia.

  • Often, teens that have a problem with substance abuse do not get the drug addiction help they need because parents are unaware of the situation or unfamiliar with chemical dependency.

  • If many of these names appear unfamiliar, that's because they rarely receive top billing.

  • For those of you unfamiliar with the term rockabilly, it actually refers to a particular subculture that began in the 1950s.

  • The downside is that not all brands represent the same level of quality, and those unfamiliar with labels may find themselves shopping based on price alone and not on true worth.

  • And when you're in an unfamiliar environment, friends can mean the difference between enjoying your college experience and making plans to change schools as soon as possible.

  • Parents unfamiliar with web technology may need coaching from their kids on how to use such a web cam.

  • Faculty members and professors who are unfamiliar with the process of online teaching need to be trained before they can participate in the programs.

  • People who are unfamiliar with distance learning should take time to learn more about the process prior to signing up for any kind of degree program.

  • Older students who are unfamiliar with many modern technological methods may find it's too time-consuming to learn all of the electronic skills necessary for traditional distance learning.

  • However, it's also true that party atmospheres on campus can pose serious medical and health risks to students, especially those who are unfamiliar with their alcohol tolerances or unfamiliar with drinking and drugs in general.

  • Like most mainstream ships, slot tournaments and bingo games are scheduled throughout voyages, and guests may be fortunate enough to tune in on their stateroom television during training classes for unfamiliar games.

  • Many people perceive cruise travel as exotic and unfamiliar, but with a few common sense cruise ship tips its easy to make the most of your vacation, from beginning to end.

  • There is little you can do to keep your dog from becoming infected by dogs that you are unfamiliar with.

  • If an unfamiliar dog approaches you, stay motionless.

  • It's also not recommended to purchase discontinued vinyl tiles from an unfamiliar online source without seeing the product in person.

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