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conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual

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LAHORE, May 19 -- To divert the attention from the degenerating affairs of the cricket board and save their own skins, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials, in a most bizzare manner, have leaked a video recording of a meeting of an inquiry committee, which shows former coaches Aaqib Javed and Intikhab Alam suspecting wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal of match-fixing during the team's disastrous tour of Australia.
Yn gyntaf, orig o adloniant ysgytwol gan yr actau syrcas rhyfeddol rheiny sy'n galw'u hunain yn Carnival of the Bizzare.
Bizzare, outlandish theories on what happened to Jesus are front page news--evidence is optional.
But it wasn't just the Bags action that night where some bizzare restrictions were applied.
Almost as bizzare as the first fight are the odds for tonight's rematch.
Thommo took bizzare and banal questioning to new heights at Cheltenham with a cracking double.
But the game had a bizzare start with both Andy Lloyd and Steve Tandy forced from the field after less than a minute with injuries.
In a bizzare turn of events it seems that Israeli soldier Corpral Gilad Shalit, who was captured by Palestinians last June is still alive.
He attended France's Ecole Superieur des Arts Graphiques, and afterward landed work making videos for Gallic rocker Charlelie Couture and Love Bizzare.
A mix-up between Hamer Bouazza and Marlon King saw another chance go begging before Watford took the lead with that bizzare effort a minute before half time.
It is bizzare and, I think, patently offensive to claim that Jolson's blackface act fits a paradigm in which Jews not only "showed off their attraction" to African Americans, but also declared themselves to be "decidedly on the side" of African Americans in "th e conflict between black and white.
In some bizzare fashion Zionism, a narrow-minded nationalism like so many others, is made an aspect of this same 'international conspiracy.
To attempt to equalise critical comment is a bizzare notion.
In her elegy for Andy Gibb, on the other hand, Sorby seems to cherish the bizzare and kitschy trappings of the contemporary, but in doing so maintains an underlying seriousness.
Unlike many of the other compositions on this disc, Macque's chromaticism is negotiable within a standard meantone temperament, and the performances are extravagant and affective without being bizzare.