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of, from, or characteristic of another place or part of the world

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being or from or characteristic of another place or part of the world

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strikingly strange or unusual

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The article refers to some of the methods used by unscrupulous trainers to get an edge, including chemicals used to bulk up pigs and cattle before slaughter, blood doping agents, stimulants and cancer drugs, and more exotically, cobra venom.
The action begins with the exotically named protagonist, Lysander Ulrich Rief, the son of an English actor and Austrian mother, who's in Vienna in 1913 for an appointment with one Dr Bensimon.
Echinaceas have very similar flowers to rudbeckia, but typically in shades of purple, pink and white, although some exotically coloured new varieties have begun to appear.
Summary: The Beckhams have added yet another exotically named child to the showbiz world by calling their newborn daughter Harper Seven.
Depending on the system, this companion may be a burned-out star known as a white dwarf, a city-sized remnant called a neutron star (also known as a pulsar) or, most exotically, a black hole.
Kralj revealed that he played in North American to try and make it in the American Hockey League - but never made it beyond the Central Hockey League, playing for the likes of the exotically named Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees, Lubbock Cotton Kings and Rocky Mountain Rage.
Summary: Among the most prevalent Western stereotypes about Muslim countries are those concerning Muslim women: doe-eyed, veiled and submissive, exotically silent, gauzy inhabitants of imagined harems, closeted behind rigid gender roles.
The exotically beautiful Nicolee shows her gratitude and friendship with Terry by giving her precious gifts of jewelry made from things found in the sea.
In July this year, the Supreme Court ruled in the case of two gay male asylum seekers that they must be "free to enjoy themselves going to Kylie concerts and drinking exotically coloured cocktails" without fear of attack.
Maureen Messent in commenting on the case of the gay asylum-seekers, castigates Lord Rogers for his "oddly archaic notion of gay life" because he refers to gay men "enjoying Kylie concerts, drinking exotically coloured cocktails and talking about boys" (Mail, July 16).
This bright and breezy little picture book chronicles Jesse's journey through the distractions of the city and difficulties of getting her onto the punt ferry and up the steep hills to her exotically appointed pavilion on the cliff top.
Exotically coloured caulifower is being developed by Agrimarc to encourage children to eat more veg.
The illustrious designer had created exotically edgy costumes for Bojart on a dozen ballets that were re-created for the show, Grazie Gianni con Amore, performed by Bejart Ballet Lausanne (above).
Their last 32 match is against amateurs Lyon-DuchAre and their exotically named players are Nassim and Thomas rather than Zinedine and Hernan.
When Duncan and his wife Julie first started supplying specialist food stores in Wales, the exotically named La Belle Rouge Gelato di Latte di Bufala, proved a surprise hit with shoppers.