uncustomarily

uncustomarily

(ʌnˈkʌstəmərəlɪ)
adv
contrary to custom
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Amoampong stool in Agona-Ashanti traditional area uncustomarily because his swearing in as paramount chief was strongly rejected or challenged by some principal chiefs, including Nana Obeng Gyasi, Adontenonhene, Akwamuhene, Sanaaahene, alleging that the Agona stool was missing and yet adopted the stool name of Nana Anokye Frimpong II.
The government's response to the litigation was predictable but uncustomarily quick.
MANILA -- A group of Roman Catholics that uncustomarily supports the Reproductive Health Law on Friday asked the Supreme Court to be allowed to participate in the proceedings as the validity of the law is being questioned by various groups.
An altarpiece by Bastiani was described in the Carmini in 1581 by Sansovino who provides an uncustomarily long description: "Vi dipinse anco Lazaro de Sebastiani la Misericordia col Dio Padre, che lancia saette con S.
As Kubrick did with Stephen King's novel, Scorsese uncustomarily ventures here into bestseller territory that obliges him to deliver certain expected ingredients for the mass audience and adhere to formula more than has been his nature over the years.
Federer, seeking a sixth straight US title to match the 84-year-old record of Bill Tilden, was uncustomary out first under the midday sun at the Arthur Ashe Stadium court and he was uncustomarily sluggish and careless.
On the contrary, I would argue that this undecidability is itself ideologically revealing, for it can be understood as a symptom of the film's conformity to the populist aspirations of the Hollywood blockbuster, albeit in an uncustomarily clever way.
By diminishing the distinction between the drama of the character who goes to the village and the director, actors, and film crew who go there, Japon demands an uncustomarily active response of the spectator.
Realising too late that I NEVER stay on the phone with unsolicited callers, I found myself uncustomarily giving away all sorts of personal information.
Uncustomarily, the Minister of State for Education and Employment asked to be heard by the Committee.
When the subject of punishing the perpetrators is raised, he is uncustomarily emphatic: "No revenge!" he says.