idiosyncrasy


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a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual

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As artists and adopted Liverpudlians aware of the historical links between the two cities, we felt the need to tell a story about some aspects of Shanghai's idiosyncrasy," they continue.
It is a unique volume that serves two purposes: first, as a summary and synthesis of inclusive leadership and the idiosyncrasy credit model of leadership and, second, as a very personal research biography, as Hollander details the stories behind his research program and his motivation for pursuing this work.
On several occasions, however, Mania convincingly evokes the viral strain in recollection that can turn both private and collective histories into structures rotten with falsehoods that someone has wanted to believe--particularly so when he mutes his tendency toward wild and unlikely idiosyncrasy.
They strive their best to satisfy the needs of residents, workers, shoppers, employees and contractors of every manner and idiosyncrasy.
During a thought-provoking presentation by Southern Oregon University's Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Earl Potter at the recent AACRAO SEM Conference in Boston, it occurred to me that the time has come for us to challenge this commonly accepted, age-old, higher ed idiosyncrasy.
Such myths and legends constitute an integral part of the idiosyncrasy of the Quitoan people, creating monuments to their collective memory in almost every corner of the Old City.
What we're looking for is a project that corresponds to the idiosyncrasy of Mexico's culture, economy, climate, consumption habits, infrastructure and so one' says Trevino.
Then there's the idiosyncrasy of the interest rate climate.
It's hard to explain; it's a Mexican idiosyncrasy, but you're more macho if you fuck men, you know?
But for all the engaging idiosyncrasy of the passage, is it really worth charging public institutions with the task of preserving every edition of every paper ever published?
However, there is still a great degree of country-specific idiosyncrasy in specialization patterns.