special significance

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In the distance we saw the bright-white light of an approaching airship, but we attached no special significance to so common a sight.
She repeated again with special significance the word so dreadful to her.
I did not understand then that there lay any special significance in his reference to other dainties.
For a time they carried no special significance to my mind--I merely was mildly wondrous that they were there; but at last they seemed to take form, and then I realized that there was but a single line of them, like writing.
So that he heard the approach of Kai Shang and Momulla, though he did not, of course, dream that it had any special significance for him.
On a quiet countryside, where all gossip is welcome, this weakness of the lady of the Manor House did not pass without remark, and it bulked larger upon people's memory when the events arose which gave it a very special significance.
It was no mere exhibition of athletic prowess, it was an intellectual treat, and one with a special significance in my eyes.
Shahid Siddiqui said such events have a special significance, since these help to motivate the people to shape their life according to the teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).
Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Shahid Siddiqui said such events have a special significance, since these help to motivate the people to shape their life according to the teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).
Greenness has a special significance to him because green is a cold color and evokes people's feelings.
Special significance Dr Abdel Moneim Al H'sani, Minister of Information in Oman, was interviewed in Muscat by an Egyptian newspaper.
Wootton Bassett has a special significance for us all at this time, as it has been the scene of the repatriation of many members of our armed forces who have tragically fallen.

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