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James A. Genthner, the quintessential student of arcane Baltimore history who counts among his many interests railroads, streetcars and gaslights, reminded me that an important 60th anniversary has come and gone unremarked.
Perhaps this is why the patriotic impulses behind Dunkirk, generally so noxious to the trans-Atlantic liberal elite, have gone so widely unremarked, a bad review or two at The New Republic notwithstanding.
But the trip also highlights, just off center stage, an unremarked-upon similarity between the current Saudi government and the American White House: in both places, unelected men in their thirties have swiftly amassed power.
The differing trajectories of Pixar and Disney Animation have hardly gone unremarked.
This led to unremarked-upon cognitive dissonance in Las Vegas.
A castoff child wandering an urban back of beyond, McDonald seemed destined to be another unremarked addition to the statistics, with little known about the circumstances of his death save what the police reported.
Al-Qaeda would probably not let the death of a senior commander like Abu Mustafa pass unremarked.
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