unfussily

unfussily

(ʌnˈfʌsɪlɪ)
adv
in an unfussy manner
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WDR ORCHESTRA / JUKKA-PEKKA SARASTE BEETHOVEN COMPLETE SYMPHONIES HHHH H This is a wellplayed, decently recorded set by the West German Radio Symphony Orchestra of Cologne, conducted efficiently and unfussily by the utterly uncontroversial Jukka-Pekka Saraste.
As with all aspects of his unfussily accomplished directorial debut, Cooper directs his glittering co-star with a sure, generous hand.
The 28-year-old was soon looking comfortable and unfussily swatted a single to backward square to pass the 6,000 career runs mark in his 111th Test innings.
Pickford had little else to do, but did it unfussily.
Because websites are all about spiffy animation and not about unfussily telling you the stuff you need.
In between he unfussily converted a superb header in the first team's win at Forest Green.
A high chair was quickly procured and unfussily placed at the table.
They are the reigning world finalists, won this event two years ago and have in Alba Torrens a European superstar, but they'll just look to get this game won unfussily and save themselves for bigger tests against Serbia and Russia.
Passing between the different levels of exhibition space, I moved back and forth through a threshold-like space separated from the galleries by motion-sensor-controlled sliding glass doors and from the exterior by wavy, wafer-thin panels of corrugated polycarbonate, overlapped and then unfussily mounted to galvanized steel supports with hothouse verismo.
In his and Vurnon Anita's stead, Mehdi Abeid went unfussily about his business in front of Newcastle's back four.
With a classical, literate script from Nick Hornby unfussily interpreted by Crowley ("Boy A," "Intermission"), the film satisfies the reason audiences of a certain age go to the movies in the first place: namely, to feel something.
Directed unfussily and well by John Crowley, Closed Circuit has enough on the ball in terms of atmosphere and crafty performances to take your mind off the gaps in logic.