peculiar feature

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Indeed, these lofty plats of table-land seem to form a peculiar feature in the American continents.
It was a peculiar feature of his position that he found himself unable to think of Elizabeth without thinking of Claire.
A peculiar feature, which presently attracted my attention, was the presence of certain circular wells, several, as it seemed to me, of a very great depth.
This breaking of wills was a peculiar feature of the period.
To take an illustration from a sister art, the antiquarian details may be said to represent the peculiar features of a landscape under delineation of the pencil.
In thus calling your attention to some of the peculiar features in the principles, the character, and the history of our forefathers, it is as wide from my design, as I know it would be from your approbation, to adorn their memory with a chaplet plucked from the domain of others.
The upcoming fashion event will celebrate another peculiar feature of our Italian culture which is based on the outstanding accomplishments of the Italian family-owned businesses.
Minister said that peculiar feature of proposed law is the flexibility for its gradual implementation so that the gradual development on ground matches the legal reform.
The minister said the peculiar feature of proposed law was the flexibility for its gradual implementation so that the gradual development on ground matched the legal reform.
It is a peculiar feature of our public lives that we no longer expect our leaders to be moral exemplars but are all too ready to condemn them when they turn out not to be.
gd/ LOLA_map), I happened to spot a peculiar feature on the floor of Apollonius (at right).
One peculiar feature of prurigo nodularis is the absence of a correlation between the duration of the condition and its intensity.