extraordinariness


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the quality of being extraordinary and not commonly encountered

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This extraordinariness is also the source of the control over the organization of the party.
This extraordinariness indicates a level of elasticity regarding the extent to which these women were indeed pushing the boundaries of social acceptability in their critiquing of the elderly men.
What I wanted to put down on paper with those poems was something of the extraordinariness of ordinariness, so the everyday and iterative rather than the occasional and rhetorical were both my subject and my mode: 'No one has got up yet.
The novel as a whole, its setting, characters, as well as its style and language, indeed continuously cross and challenge definitions of simplicity and extraordinariness, and symbolically represent the permeability of boundaries (both real and metaphorical).
Whereas a British drama might have been inclined to make this about an ordinary family we can all relate to, the Gronnegaard family's extraordinariness is what makes them so fascinating.
The heroes' quests in poem and novel alike, then, reflect the extraordinariness of the ordinary in our everyday moral and spiritual struggle through a representative of elect humanity who attenuates us to the realization that we exist simultaneously on two levels.
On the one hand, the very extraordinariness that made celebrities an asset to humanitarian organizations and politicians in the first place questions their authenticity when they appear as players outside the field of entertainment.
The perception that scholars would adopt depends on their capability to accept the novelty of cyber threat in its extraordinariness and complexity, and the need for appropriate research agenda.
The extraordinariness of these events relate to their "novelty," as referred to by participants and in contrast to the "ordinariness" of earthquakes and hurricanes.
Even though it's one of the most celebrated (and busy) places on Earth, it's easy enough to get clear of the masses and gain your own understanding of the park's extraordinariness.
Mr Hain said: "An ordinariness combined with extraordinariness was not Mandela's sole uniqueness.
This impression of extraordinariness is partly due to the fact that all the texts under review deal with places and spaces that in themselves are extraordinary.
But extraordinariness can come in more than one flavor.
These papers converge in the recognition of the simultaneous ordinariness and the extraordinariness of imperfection: not being perfect isn't, they suggest, in other words, unusual, but it is also the exceptionally rich, messy, mistake-making, unharmonious space of learning.
Though not fully erased, the radical queer potential of the non-normative gender/sexuality (Irvine and Gal, 2000; Kroskrity, 2000; Park, 2009) is transformed itself through its very comic extraordinariness, neatly positioned within the rhetoric of neo-liberal lifestyle media, with its emphasis on the individualisation of all facets of social life.
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