Inexpected

In`ex`pect´ed


a.1.Unexpected.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Additionally, the new capabilities of SAS promise to greatly impact system miniaturization, system performance, HPC computing, clustering and grid computing and are likely to be combined in some very inexpected ways that will revolutionize server architecture far beyond the realm of traditional SCSI usage.
The lady's explanation for her appearance in the gentleman's bedchamber is disarmingly innocent: With vnperceiued motion drawing ny, Vnto the bed of my distresse and feare, She with hir hand doth put the curtaine by, And sits her downe vpon the one side there: My wasted spirits quite amazed were, To see the sudden morning of those eies, Within the darke thus inexpected rise.