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fate personified

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suggesting the operation of supernatural influences

strikingly odd or unusual

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Ben Bridwell and guitarist Mat Brooke had been along for the 10-year Carissa's Wierd ride.
It'll also seem a bit wierd pulling on a Bulls jersey again after playing for the Giants against them on Sunday.
Wonderfully wierd Science is 'off the hook' following Maxwell's departure and he's found his first real pal in the house, Eugene.
French stars as the wierd Mary Trewednack, who lives above her own 'local shop for local people' in a remote Cornish fishing village (Portloe) with her equally-odd partner Angela (Catherine Tate).
A dazzlingly original comedy drama from Spike Jonze that's guaranteed to leave you asking many questions - where on earth did the director come up with such a wierd idea and how in heaven's name did he get the titular actor to agree to star will be just two of them.
Elsewhere, painter Pieter Schoolwerth's Wierd parties occupied a bar on Chrystie Street on a weekly basis, taking over the space with smoke machines and minimal electronic cold wave; and Berlin transplant Evas Arche und der Feminist secured spaces for last-minute-notice performances and soup dinners.
Chief executive Peter Suddock is gathering wierd and wonderful stories from the zoo's history.
As Day's libido improved, his wierd sexual desires began to surface - like wearing women's clothes.
Cooper said yesterday: "It was quite wierd, really, how it materialised.
Wierd and Wonderful: Space-age creations by artist Anthony James, until June 1; Exhibition by Bedworth Art Society, until June 1
3 WIERD COMPILATION Pieter Schoolwerth's magnum opus is a three-LP compilation of musical acts that intersected with his famed and temporarily defunct Brooklyn party Wierd [sic].
Lampard seems completely out of touch, the sign of a player out of form, while Gerrard seems lost in this wierd formation.
WIERD WAYS: Neil Warnock says he felt like Jack Nicholson in As Good As It Gets; NEW MAN: Neil Warnock has beaten his demons
The former C Company boss, who joined his family in Bolton after his release from jail last month, planned the wierd cross-dressing plan in a desperate bid to make a return home.