eccentric person


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When Tim's boss Lance invites him to a 'dinner for winners', he must find and bring an eccentric person with a special talent; the winner earns a trophy and the executive that brought him, or her, gets glory.
"I am the same eccentric person who single-handed won two World Court orders for Bosnia and Herzegovina against the genocidal rump Yugoslavia to cease and desist from committing all acts of genocide against the Bosnians.
With a truly British flourish of magnanimity, at first place, the most eccentric person is Bjork, the Icelandic singer and actress, whose name sounds like a stifled attempt not to burp.
'Although he's quite possibly the most eccentric person I know, his ideas are certainly interesting and renegade.
'Quiz' was in limited usage before Daly but meant an eccentric person.
Asked whether or not he thinks of Koizumi as an eccentric person, Choi said he has met him two times and considers him as a reform-minded individual, according to the official.
"Being an eccentric person is highly respected there." Fly a new idea before a group of creatives in L.A., Henson continues, and they'll say, "Why do you want to do that?" Propose the same idea to a similar group in England?
Unfortunately I wasn't graced with any such exciting news and the only eccentric person I came across was a beret-wearing checkout assistant at a budget supermarket.
In fact the 47-year-old former BP computer operator from Port Talbot has been declared the fourth most eccentric person in Britain.
I'm actually a strong and slightly eccentric person, but I'd much rather be known as nice than nasty.'
Others see an eccentric person nicknamed "Grizelda".
THE needs of one man don't add up to a hill of beans in this crazy world, but one Welshman is hoping to be named Britain's most eccentric person this week.
To illustrate, I closely follow films about "Outsider" artists: typically eccentric persons who have had no formal training in the visual arts, or whose artistic themes lie far outside the mainstream.
These ideas are presented to the reader in the midst of strange accounts of Zarathustra's wanderings and encounters with the mass of the marketplace and with a few eccentric persons who in one way or another suggest the Superman ideal.