idiosyncrasy

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a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual

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By this I mean that the viewer is engaged only at the general (often academic) level, once the idiosyncracies of the individual experience have been distilled into a graspable form.
There are numerous typos, formatting problems, and personal idiosyncracies, like incomplete sentences and oddly placed punctuation, that can be distracting to some readers.
Maradona the legend and Balotelli were cited as examples of a flawed genius, but Prof Andrew Harrison insisted that personalties like them need to be appreciated for their talent and contribution in changing their sport rather than be shunned for their idiosyncracies.
No one made any subject much interesting to learn, it was only the personal idiosyncracies of various teachers that impressed us and stayed with us for longer than what they might have taught us.
Gavrilov is an amazing performer, bristling with idiosyncracies of body-language.
They never tell you about the sound in the engine that goes "lktjktktktktk" over 120 kph or the tendency the little darling has of swerving on its own to the right or other happy idiosyncracies like overheating or having a weak transmission.
The 10-year-old did not seem to enjoy the idiosyncracies of Cartmel, eventually finishing a distant third of four runners, although his rider was far from hard on him once his chance had gone.
The wistful romanticist who twists the idiosyncracies of life into a self-deprecating, life-affirming and resolutely outre art form deserves all the lavish praise and attention that has come his way.
A wistful romanticist who twists the idiosyncracies of life into something as self-deprecating, life-affirming and resolutely outre as this deserves lavish praise and no little attention.
Julia's book, The Lingua Franca of the Corporate Banker, offers an explanation and exploration of the idiosyncracies of business and includes a 500+ expression glossary to explain, assist and soothe any executives frustrated by the use and meaning of corporate Jargon.
In light of all the years and energy Michael devoted to foster the Twain community, I can't think of a more fitting tribute to his dedication, friendship, humor, and charming idiosyncracies than to bring us all together to celebrate him and Twain, both of whom have encouraged us to think deeply and to laugh heartily.
This is because, as a market, Qatar has its own idiosyncracies and particular requirements, just like the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
Hussey doesn't expect the Proteas will take a great deal of time to adjust to the idiosyncracies of what many of the Australians regard as the best pitch in the nation, mostly because it refuses to let them leave town with a defeat in their luggage.
I find them distracting, yet I know she has done this because it is one of the idiosyncracies of Attorney Lily (and perhaps Ms.
The aftermath of Ice-T's pro-gun pronouncement last Friday therefore led to some bizarre and humorous ideological idiosyncracies from right-wing pundits who are usually predisposed to disagree with almost everything a man like Ice-T would say.