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The relation of this last incident reminds me of one of his most curious peculiarities, which I have not yet mentioned--his extraordinary fondness for pet animals.
The Frenchman left them for friends at another table, and Cronshaw, with the lazy enunciation which was one of his peculiarities, began to discourse on the relative merits of Kent and Lancashire.
Sir," said he, with his usual politeness and his unwavering smile, "you will greatly oblige me by not caricaturing my personal peculiarities.
The Ambassador said Ukraine's parliament, has adopted the law on the peculiarities of the state policy on ensuring Ukraine's state sovereignty over temporarily occupied territories in Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
The one drawback of Fabulous Peculiarities is, unfortunately, a significant one -- with the exception of the cover, there are no color reproductions to be found.
Democracy in Kazakhstan should develop taking into account the traditions and peculiarities of the local people like it used to develop in other Asian countries, president of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev said during the Youth Forum in Astana on April 10.
International Development Projects: Peculiarities and Managerial Approaches
But that doesn't mean we won't see plenty of him in exciting cameo roles while he does become accustomed to the peculiarities of the game in this country.
At the same time, there are several country-specific factors which, at least to us - and we have been consistently cautious on Slovenian credit, arguing that its myriad structural peculiarities are not properly understood by the market - indicate that Ljubljana is in fact moving in the right direction, both fundamentally and in terms of investor perception.
These countries had faced challenges similar to those confronting Tunisia now, each according to its own methods and peculiarities.
THE betting markets for the Champions League round-of-16 second leg between Tottenham and Milan appear to have recognised the three peculiarities of such contests.
1 : something odd or individual <All of us have some peculiarities.