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  • 61Рипо! Генетическая опера (фильм, 2008) — Рипо! Генетическая опера Repo! The Genetic Opera …

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  • 62unfit — I adjective badly qualified, foolish, ill adapted, ill advised, impertinent, improper, inadequate, inadvisable, inapplicable, inapposite, inappropriate, inapt, incapable, incommodus, incompetent, incongruous, inconvenient, indignus, ineligible,… …

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  • 63inadvisable — I adjective adverse, deleterious, detrimental, disadvantageous, disapproved, harmful, hurtful, ill advised, ill considered, ill judged, impolitic, imprudent, inappropriate, inexpedient, infelicitous, injudicious, injurious, inopportune,… …

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  • 64inappropriate — I adjective alien, amiss, clashing, disagreeing, discordant, discrepant, disproportionate, dissonant, divergent, forced, gratuitous, impertinent, impolitic, improper, in bad taste, inadmissible, inapplicable, inapposite, inapt, incompatible,… …

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  • 65inauspicious — I adjective adverse, boding, disadvantageous, ill timed, inadvisable, inexpedient, infelix, inopportune, mistimed, nefastus, ominous, presageful, problematic, problematical, unfavorable, unlucky, unpromising, unpropitious, untimely, untoward II… …

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  • 66unfavorable — I adjective adverse, adversus, antagonistic, bad, calamitous, contrary, damaging, derogatory, deterrent, disadvantageous, disapprobatory, discouraging, disparaging, foul, hopeless, hostile, ill boding, ill disposed, ill omened, impedimental,… …

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  • 67unsuitable — I adjective absurd, alienus, amiss, awkward, conflicting, contrary, discordant, discrepant, disparate, dissonant, disturbing, divergent, ill adapted, impertinent, improper, imprudent, in bad taste, inadequate, inadmissible, inadvisable,… …

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  • 68untimely — un·time·ly /ˌən tīm lē/ adj: not timely; esp: not made or filed within a period of time specified by procedural rule an untimely petition un·time·li·ness n untimely adv Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 69intrusion — [ ɛ̃tryzjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1304; lat. médiév. intrusio → intrus 1 ♦ Fait de s introduire, sans en avoir le droit, dans une charge, une dignité; dans une société, un groupe. Faire intrusion dans une réunion. Une intrusion intolérable. ⇒ incursion,… …

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  • 70tomber — 1. tomber [ tɔ̃be ] v. <conjug. : 1> • XV e; tumber XIIe; probablt o. onomat., avec infl. de l a. fr. tumer « gambader, culbuter », frq. °tûmon I ♦ V. intr. (auxil. être) A ♦ Être entraîné à terre en perdant son équilibre ou son assiette. 1 …

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  • 71vingt-deux — vingt [ vɛ̃ ] adj. numér. inv. et n. inv. • vint 1080; lat. pop. vinti, contract. de viginti. REM. On prononce [ vɛ̃t ] dans les nombres 22 [ vɛ̃tdø ] à 29 [ vɛ̃tnɶf ] , et en liaison : vingt ans [ vɛ̃tɑ̃ ] , vingt et un [ vɛ̃teœ̃ ] I ♦ Adj.… …

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  • 72s'immiscer — ● s immiscer verbe pronominal (latin immiscere, de miscere, mêler) Intervenir dans les affaires d autrui d une manière inopportune ; s ingérer : S immiscer dans les affaires intérieures d un autre État. ● s immiscer (difficultés) verbe pronominal …

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  • 73Gesangbuch — Ge|sạng|buch 〈n. 12u〉 Sammlung geistl. Lieder; →a. Liederbuch * * * Ge|sạng|buch, das: [zum Gebrauch im Gottesdienst bestimmtes] Buch, in dem eine Sammlung von Kirchenliedern u. geistlichen Gesängen enthalten ist: ☆ das falsche/nicht das… …

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  • 74opportune — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. fortuitous, timely, seasonable, felicitous, suitable, apt, apropos. See occasion, expedience. Ant., inopportune, inappropriate. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. timely, fitting, suitable, fortuitous; see …

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  • 75unfavorable — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. adverse, disadvantageous, inauspicious, unpropitious, unlucky; unfriendly, antagonistic; negative, contrary; inclement; inopportune, untimely. See inexpedience, prediction, adversity, disapprobation …

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  • 76ill-timed — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. inopportune, awkward, inappropriate; see unfavorable 2 , untimely . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Not occurring at a favorable time: inconvenient, inopportune, untimely. See TIME …

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  • 77Inexpedience — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Inexpedience >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 inexpedience inexpedience inexpediency Sgm: N 1 undesirableness undesirableness undesirability &c.???adj. Sgm: N 1 discommodity discommodity impropriety Sgm: N 1 unfitness… …

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  • 78contretemps — n 1.(all of an embarrassing or inopportune nature) mistake, error, blunder, botch, bungle, Inf. slip up; All Sl. boner, boo boo, goof, blooper, boggle, boot, dumb trick, fool mistake, screw up, foul up, louse up. 2.(all of an embarrassing or… …

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  • 79premature — [adj1] earlier in occurrence than anticipated a bit previous, abortive, early on, embryonic, forward, green*, immature, incomplete, inopportune, overearly, oversoon, precipitate, predeveloped, previous, raw*, soon, unanticipated, undeveloped,… …

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  • 80malapropos — [mal΄ap rə pō′] adj. [Fr mal à propos: see MAL & APROPOS] at an awkward or improper time or place; inopportune; inappropriate adv. in an inopportune or inappropriate manner …

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