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Auckland scored 94 and 128 and Otago 170 and 54 for 4. Otago v Auckland Dec 3 4, 2007 Auckland Coach, Mark O'Donnell, had this to say about the pitch: "It was an unmitigated cock-up and a disgraceful wicket.

What egomaniacal monstrosity has the fucking gall, the unmitigated

Personal trains have the lowest average speed (34.3 km/h in 2004) and the least-comfortable (usually oldest) rolling stock, and have a reputation for being very slow, crowded and generally unkempt.

He was eventually intercepted by Albanian guards, who believed him to be a terrorist due to his haggard and unkempt appearance.

joseph, given his unkempt appearance and shyness, remained with the family.

Pig City insurance: photograph naked in bathtub at age 3. Tiffany - co-founder of Pig City, always unkempt, fond of Nathan, first of the trio to be kissed by a boy.

Smails confronts Bushwood's greenskeeper Sandy McFiddish, who entrusts the task of removing the gopher to Carl Spackler, his unkempt, unhinged assistant.

Musashi arrived late and unkempt to the appointed place.

Snodgrass's first-hand account describes Poe's appearance as "repulsive", with unkempt hair, a haggard, unwashed face and "lusterless and vacant" eyes.

People are being overwhelmed with fear and uncertainty when they take a bus ride down the unkempt, pot-holed and dusty Tedim Road.

He appears to be an unkempt man as he often shows little concern for the cleanliness and appearance of both himself and his clinic.

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