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His new collection of short stories, Oddities & Entitities, moves readers between fantasy and reality while dealing with the hardships of human existence.
The first leg of the first game happened Monday, and Watson showed an impressive array of "knowledge," including a category called "Olympic Oddities.
The two young NCOs tasked with cataloging the arms had no idea what these half dozen oddities were; needless to say I did my part.
He told the paper: "The trouble with a lot of Government initiatives about faith is that they assume it is a problem, it's an eccentricity, it's practised by oddities, foreigners and minorities.
He said: "The trouble with a lot of government initiatives about faith is they assume it is a problem, it's an eccentricity, it's practised by oddities, foreigners and minorities.
1 : something strange <The zoo has oddities such as platypuses.
Ripley's Believe It Or Not: Baseball Oddities & Trivia
Bible Marvels, Oddities and Shockers: Amazing Stories from the World's Most Amazing Book
The fascination of human oddities will draw readers to this novel, and intrepid Abel's varied adventures will keep them turning the pages.
Color photos pack a survey that also includes both cultural notes and insights on recipe origins and oddities.
In this collection of more than 40 essays taken from Natural History magazine, Tyson, director of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, shares his affection for the oddities of our universe.
That tempered their wonder with respect for the painstaking processes that formed the cave's oddities over 200,000 years.