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boring

1. a gait in a horse in which the horse leans heavily on the bit.
2. in racing, movement of a horse to put lateral pressure on another horse racing beside it.
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Answer: I think it stems from a lot of places - general frustration with the bureaucracy and boringness of some classical music organizations, and just a desire to do something new for a passionate audience.
Burnley is conveniently located," said Danny, "near Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Bolton and Blackburn so despite the boringness that is Burnley there is plenty to do outside the town.
The young American attempted to impress the locale by telling his personal website: 'Burnley is conveniently located near Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Bolton, and Blackburn so despite the boringness that is Burnley, there is plenty to do outside of the town
They say that if you want to survive in this world you have to suffer through the boringness of school.
Mostly, we are stuck with the utilitarian boringness of buildings like Lloyd House on Colmore Circus.