extraordinariness


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the quality of being extraordinary and not commonly encountered

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Paradoxically, De Quincey repeatedly emphasizes the lack of extraordinariness in the singular ride: nothing extraordinary about the night, the terrain, the taking of opium, the coach, the ride.
The very extraordinariness of this toolkit is a point to bear in mind when interpreting the social significance of Tomb 100.
6 (ANI): The first ever visit by President Barack Obama to India will be marked by its ordinariness instead of its extraordinariness, if one goes by what US officials say.
The simplicity of the language and the concrete imagery of everyday things: the boiling of the kettle, the boiling of the rice, makes a startling contrast to extraordinariness of the horrific event that cannot be described.
Extraordinary minds: Portraits of exceptional individuals and an examination of our extraordinariness.
This sudden switch from anticipated extraordinariness to what is obvious and flippant appears to be the signature of Fra Cipolla's oration: always playing on the edge of risk, he actually leaves a chance for his audience to see the trick because, by listening carefully to the real meaning of the words, the swindle would be evident.
Marquez's aesthetic style, lending the very extraordinariness of reality, shrouds the effect of the objects as magical in the diegesis, and seemingly enfolds time in a haze that obliterates it.
As the result of losing both the outward sign of your extraordinariness and your parents and brother, you wrote poems that convert your losses into poetry.
This particularity involves a touch of a class, extraordinariness, attraction, extreme popularity and fame and reputation, maybe even a kind of a genius.
That is: a mode of documentary often combining 'voice of God' narration, observational footage and interviews with subjects in a focus on the extraordinariness of 'ordinary Australians'.
Harry Potter and the Extraordinariness of the Ordinary.
12] While the elision of distinction between persona and real life realized by Lauren's reality stardom bears a homologous structure to the "ordinary" celebrity of other reality formats, The Hills leaves intact and thrives off Lauren's extraordinariness, a feat which we will show The Hills achieves through soap opera conventions and cinematic aesthetics.
They're a weary, heavily-burdened bunch, alone in their extraordinariness.
And, indeed, Shreve's theory of Henry's injury inspired by the wartime ubiquity of wounds--another extraordinariness that has aroused his curiosity--makes its way into the same conversation between Sutpen and Henry that interracializes Bon: "You were hit at Shiloh, Colonel Willow tells me, Sutpen says" (282).
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