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characteristic of a freak

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conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual

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Finally, Baraka deflates the white cops' manly image by having them do "pixie steps" before "slobbering," transforming them into another type of freakish creatures.
It's not showcased, but Batman's strategy relies as much on ordinary people as on his freakish buddies.
The idea that aesthetic policy was an integral part of National Socialism has been established at least since Peter Cohen's unforgettable documentary 'The Architecture of Doom' of 1989, but Frederic Spotts here presents something more specific: that Hitler himself was obsessed about the arts beyond any other concern as dictator, and that while stealing paintings and bullying musicians was left to cronies and go-betweens, he himself had a credible grasp of architecture and an astonishing, almost freakish, memory for its details.
Such evidence enables modern mathematicians to view Plimpton 322 "not as a freakish anomaly in the history of early mathematics but as the epitome of Mesopotamian mathematical culture at its best," Robson says.
With the exception of rare, freakish situations, the limited number of fires that does occur in thermal oil systems occurs in insulation.
The topics covered in this selection are widespread: evolution and racial degeneration, the glories or horrors of science, the decline of traditional Christianity and the rise of freakish religions, the growth of psychology, sex and more sex ('Deviants'), 'The New Woman', travel, war and the future of mankind.
I felt worthless, constantly intimidated, as if I were a freakish stranger in my own world.
Almost all the poems concern freakish people who have undergone amputation--either physical or symbolic--of a body part or who feel amputated from society.
Our hearts go out to those most devastated by this freakish weather so we are reaching out to families, inviting ski clubs and even couples who did not ski this year, but if someone has not skied since 2004 then we do not think they are serious skiers," Masterson said.
In January 2013 City lost 1-0 at Carlisle - the damage done by Matty Robson's freakish header inside two minutes - but the final game of that campaign saw the Sky Blues twice come from behind to earn a 2-2 draw at Notts County courtesy of John Fleck and Franck Moussa.
It's testament to Ratchford's versatility - and also freakish talent and consistency - that he remains a key dangerman with one of the top sides in the country.
Despite the Aussie's freakish hitting ability and tidy off-spin making him one of the best limitedovers players on the planet, he has made just three Test appearances for Australia.
Clough (right) said: "Our cup record is quite freakish really.
A jetpack-wearing monkey and a freakish creation from filmmaker Tim Burton were two of the balloons making their first appearance.