peculiarity


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One conspicuous peculiarity of the early aerial fighting arose from the profound secrecy with which the airships had been prepared.
The peculiarity of the military parade in Astana May 7 will be the military equipment made in Kazakhstan, said Commander-in-Chief Land Forces of Kazakhstan Murat Maikeyev during the media briefing at the Central Communications Service.
Babar Awan said that the court could review the case, considering its peculiarity that is why the president, after reviewing the parameters of the case, used the word revisit in his reference.
The other peculiarity of second legs is that card counts tend to be higher.
It highlights the historical peculiarity of the Old City of Aleppo.
It is a peculiarity of the British establishment that it believes the plebs who put them in power and pay their wages must be kept in ignorance.
In a related peculiarity, earthen floodwalls withstood the onslaught of the storm, while the concrete barriers did not.
Researchers have identified a biochemical peculiarity in the blood of autistic children.
COTATI, CALIFORNIA'S The Rum Diary has the unfortunate peculiarity of being too interesting.
Revealing and underlining this peculiarity is one of the most original contributions of Hora's book, and it is worth further comment.
In fact, the first thing that strikes the viewer of her most intense works is the peculiarity of her paint handling, particularly in her figures: Rather than try for subtle transitions and shadings to convey the modulations of skin, Roberts takes a paint-by-numbers approach, drawing the body's relief with thick, solid lines and whorls recalling the tinted bands of a contour map.
One peculiarity of the Asian market is the need to produce locally, which is why we operate two highly efficient production plants there--a Mazda piston manufacturing plant we recently took over and our joint venture in Shanghai which, by the way, has existed since 1997.
The complex intertwine in mnemonic field of all these issues is faced by Barbara Keller-Dall'Asta in its philosophical peculiarity with extreme terminological and conceptual accuracy and through the analysis of three sixteenth-century treatises which give evidence of the different cultural perspectives considered in that intertwine.
Not nearly, but for sheer out-there peculiarity, Kate and the sheep take the prize.
Sweden's SU-EN, otherwise known as Susanna Akerlund, performed Atomic, a young person's punk celebration of the peculiarity of the body.