For people working in the entertainment industry to have a job in this field with a good salary and benefits package including medical, dental and prescriptions for long-term employees is almost unheard of
Such a thing would have been unheard of
, even ten years ago
We know it's not unheard of
for the indicator in the receiver meter of your AN/GRC-103 radio to stick.
Wellings at a time when Pennsylvania is the only state to recognize their union and interracial marriages are unheard of
In the nation's top culinary academies it's not unheard of
for an instructor to pull out a ruler and measure a julienned carrot or baby zucchini to see if the ridged sides are perfectly uniform.
The concept of white privilege is widely acknowledged in the US, but in the UK it's unheard of
11, GIS, or Geographic Information System, was almost unheard of
in the general public.
Previously unheard of
in embedded computing, Force offers turnaround time of just two weeks on ModuSys-with dedicated speed-to-delivery from order booking to shipping.
Empowering the workers in Third World nations is practically unheard of
these days, and we should certainly applaud the efforts of Maggie's, Inc.
These effects are practically unheard of
," says Samlowski, who intends next to study M40403 in people.
Activists argue that it is not unheard of
for prisoners to have complicated medical procedures performed outside the prison.
Women geologists were unheard of
when I graduated with a geology B.
Meanwhile, 19-year-old nurse Gayle Kasparian made an unheard of
suggestion: to put both twins in the same incubator, hoping it would do some good.