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untypically

(ʌnˈtɪpɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a manner that is not typical
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Adv.1.untypically - in a manner that is not typical; "she was atypically quiet"
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That will have to wait at least another two years after their untypically meek performance on a slow, used pitch in Cardiff on Wednesday, when they lost their last eight wickets for 83 runs before Pakistan coasted to victory to book their place in this weekend's final at The Oval, where they will face India.
Like last year, the weather has been untypically summery for so late in the season.
To do so, on a pitch providing untypically variable bounce and sharp turn, they will need all 10 wickets on the final day after Sri Lanka closed on 32 for none.
McIlroy, who lost his cool when he hurled a club into a water hazard at the WGC-Cadillac Championship in Florida in March, is playing in his fourth tournament in a row this week, an untypically busy schedule for the 26-year-old.
The charity said danger signs include being irritable or nervous, a change in routine, such as sleeping or eating less, drinking, smoking or using drugs more, being untypically clumsy or accident-prone.
Ateeq Javid edged an untypically loose waft, then Keith Barker drove an overpitched ball and Finn did well to clutch a low return catch.
Other reasons for the decline include untypically cold summer weather in 2013, and growing awareness that RTD tea may not be that healthy given its high sugar, artificial flavourings and preservatives content.
Other reasons for the decline are untypically cold summer weather in 2013, and growing awareness that popular juice varieties may not be that healthy given their high content of sugar, artificial flavourings.
Seeking to build out its portfolio, the Volkswagen brand is probing a flock of after being untypically flat-footed in responding to the auto sector's seemingly unsatiable demand for new crossovers,
Clarke is not about to overreact at this stage to an untypically green tinge in the surface at his home ground, where spin is traditionally a basic requirement for a balanced attack.
Pietersen's century, his 23rd for England, was untypically dogged, spanning 312 minutes and 206 balls.
The International Monetary Fund have been untypically direct in encouraging the Government to revise their economic policy - "ease up on austerity and focus more on growth"; the basis for the central determinant policy of deficit reduction as a necessary precursor to growth has been demolished as totally flawed by an MIT student; while Fitch became the second credit ratings agency to downgrade the UK's triple A rating.