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But his attorney said what the physician did was not odd given ban experiences with banks in Iran.
It helps me to understand that some of the things I thought were odd are not odd at all," she said.
It is therefore not odd that thousands of Saudis, including university professors, doctors, engineers and employees have embraced the al-Qaeda-linked Wahabi thought due to the regime's efforts to foster it in the society.
It is therefore not odd that thousands of Saudis, including university professor, doctors, engineers and employees have embraced the al-Qaeda-linked Wahabi thought due to the regime's efforts to foster it in society.
I have realised that I am not odd and there are many types of disability.
Is it not odd that the regime troops and allies regained - one by one - areas that were under the opposition's control, in parallel to the Americans' disregarding of the transformation affecting the balance of power on the ground, as opposed to what they used to reiterate in public to justify their reluctance to undertake any action aiming to end the massacres on Syrian soil?
It's not odd to say that the number of hairs on my head is a matter of luck, but whether it is good luck or lucky, does indeed depend on others' aesthetic opinions.
Is it not odd that in announcing their intentions, the Labour party say they are committed to equality
teaches youngsters they aren't alone in their struggles with dyslexia, that many share their experiences, and they are not odd or different," Gail Welborn, http://www.
Is it not odd that the EUR/USD reached its low when it was a young currency with strong economic momentum in the EU and relatively small internal imbalances within Europe, and is now at a still very elevated level despite the EU struggling - not very convincingly - for its very survival.
But is it not odd that Scottish Labour support a Britain dominated by Home Counties Tories?
It was not odd that Mom took to this very simple solution.