(1) There is even a legality attached to this aspect of what architects do: unlike a contractor, an architect cannot put a lien against a building if a client does not pay.(2) It has shown a strong, clear leadership - unlike the confused and contradictory utterances from ACT and National, which I will come to.(3) Because unlike the right, there are no book contracts and think tank jobs waiting for them.(4) Underlying this contrast is the idea that knowledge, unlike belief, requires special endowments.(5) It was, in short, unlike Inzamam's uncharacteristic foray, an entirely typical Jayasuriya innings, ending the day within touching distance of a magnificent century in a session.(6) It's just unlike anything I've ever experienced.(7) But still the mountain loomed over her and just in some way it was different and unlike anything she had seen.(8) His reactions were unlike anything we had ever seen.(9) Perched at 5,380 ft on the side of a Swiss Alp, Whitepod is quite unlike anything you'll ever have seen in skiing, and the sooner you get used to the idea, the better.(10) Britney Spears will play an interesting role that is unlike herself during her guest appearance on CBS' How I Met Your Mother.(11) She was there to be the volunteer coordinator of the women's centre, and unlike other government and contract workers, planned to be in the community for a long time.(12) The mountains and the rain forest are unlike anything I've ever seen.(13) They are quite unlike anything ever seen on a rugby field.(14) The downtown contract, unlike the strip contract, gives the union bureaucracy the flexibility to adjust how much of the negotiated amount goes to wages and health care.(15) I lived there only briefly, but even as a child I knew that the attitude among the city's poor, black population was unlike anything I'd ever experienced.(16) I believe that the rise of Middle Eastern organised crime in Sydney will have an impact on society unlike anything we have ever seen.