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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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LOOK AFTER NON-HARDY EXOTICS PINEAPPLES will need to come in, says Emma Allen, Wisley's garden manager.
com)-- Miami Exotic Car Rentals proudly announces the launch of its 'Support South Florida' charity program.
I assisted our faculty exotics clinicians the summer after my second year in school.
The sales drop in mainstream exotics was partly because of price inflation and because some consumers simply perceived them to be pricier than other fruit, said one industry source.
Others are tempted to go for one that's more exotic.
There was worldwide concern that the illegal trade in many exotics was fueling such a demand that many species were being exploited to the point of extinction.
Siemons has been driving exotic cars since he was 17 and buying them for the Hollywood crowd (and himself) for more than 30 years.
Care: Exotics can enjoy a full week of blooms, Queeley says.
As research for a story on exotic animal ownership, New York Post reporter Albert Guart, with the help of animal activist William Long, bought the 8-week-old lion cub in August 2003 from an animal fair in Wapakoneta, Ohio.
increasing number of exotic pet owners in the Midlands lack the specialist knowledge to look after their animals.
While some exotics have produced positive results since the arrival of Europeans 400 years ago, others have devastated native species.
Over 40 years ago, Charles Elton sounded the general alarm concerning the potential problems caused by the spread of exotics.
The study, "Quantifying Threats to Imperiled Species in the United States," supports the general view held by ecologists, that exotics arc second only to habitat loss as a cause of endangerment.
Not that the market for exotics is new--in fact, it's more than three decades old--but it has begun to explode recently.
The major advantage to raising exotics is that it requires little land and appears to offer a large payback.