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Synonyms for quirk

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Synonyms for quirk

a strange attitude or habit

a narrow groove beside a beading

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twist or curve abruptly

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Seasteading is more than a fanciful hobby to Quirk and others involved in the effort.
It was a matter of Manny Pacquiao deciding whether he wanted to take up that clause in the contract to give a rematch in the event that he lost," Quirk added.
Pitney Bowes Prepay Shipping Accounts are a great tool for businesses like Quirk Auto who want to hold onto funds longer and manage payments in concert with fluctuating shipping volumes.
It is important to ask the four questions in the order shown because of the alternate quirk.
With a range of consulting services from strategy formulation through operational execution, Casey Quirk by Deloitte will broaden its global financial services footprint and deliver differentiated execution capabilities.
Casey, Quirk & Associates LLC is a management consultancy that focuses solely on advising asset management firms.
Quirk was hired in August to lead the North American operations for Rapha Racing Ltd.
He said Quirk had a "long history" of alcohol abuse.
The ambassadors will use social media to tell the world what it's like to study and live in our city,' Cr Quirk said.
We want to make it operator-independent," says Quirk.
Quirk was one of the first two students to start the Automotive Journalism MA in 2004.
Magistrates were told that Julian Quirk of Llys Gele, Abergele, had on one occasion pulled Jessica Roberts, 23, to the ground from a sofa at her home, grabbed her hair and shaken her like a rag doll.
At Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold, Kathleen Quirk and her team rushed to prepare for the bounce.
Quirk or his work, but 1 will look it up and become more familiar with it.
Bernadette Quirk, 55, admitted in Liverpool Crown Court that she had hidden the births.