Well, in a way there has come to be a sort of connection," I answered unsurprised
by this time at such gaps in his vocabulary, which, like his knowledge, was the acquirement of a self-read, self-educated man, whom no one had directed in his studies, and who had thought much and talked little or not at all.
By being so quiet, so unsurprised
and so simple she had managed to brush away the conventions and make him feel that to seek to be alone was the natural thing for two old friends who had so much to say to each other.
As for her having strayed into that neighborhood of fine residences, she was unsurprised
Zanka Claus' offered to buy every travelling fan at St Mary's Stadium on Saturday a drink at the John Smith's Stadium today, with the boss unsurprised
at his generosity.
The article concluded, "at press time, sources told reporters they were unsurprised
you were too fucking weak to pull the trigger.
And if Mbala was unsurprised
in his defensive assignment, the same cannot be said for Desiderio.
Everything that's done around the game is going to be co-ordinated, all co-ordinated to help Australia win," an unsurprised
Anyone who lives in the region will be unsurprised
by the choice; there are few Teessiders who have not experienced the delights of Saltburn.
I was unsurprised
to read in The Journal that problems are arising with the government's plans to build upon brown field sites.
I WAS completely unsurprised
this week when I saw my mate James Graham had been appointed captain of Canterbury Bulldogs for the new NRL season.
Middle East "peace envoy" Tony Blair threw a PS50,000 birthday party for wife Cherie while Israel's massacring Palestinian children, women and unarmed men in Gaza.
Venezuela, a staunch US opponent, seemed unsurprised
by Snowden's revelations, with Interior and Justice Minister Miguel Rodriguez saying his country's vast oil reserves and other natural resources made it a natural target of US interests.