peculiar idiom

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Many of the inhabitants are real old Warwickshire types, both in regard to a peculiar idiom of speech, and old fashioned sayings and customs.
They examine the peculiar idioms of having: having a body, having a mind, having a soul, and having a self.
The soliloquies were easiest because there were `none of those puns, quibbles and peculiar idioms of Shakespeare and his times for which there are no equivalents in other languages'.