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1. The decor includes many idiosyncratic little touches.
2. His teaching methods are idiosyncratic but successful.
3. In that sense, it is deliberately idiosyncratic.
4. Brayne also held idiosyncratic views on the hereafter.
5. Outdated voting mechanisms, a decentralised, idiosyncratic procedure, and the archaic electoral college have received comment.
6. They merely saddle the males with their own idiosyncratic tastes.
7. If he was idiosyncratic, it was because of his determination to probe the possible electrical component of any problem.
8. N.B. Languages and language learners are very idiosyncratic and what works for some may not work for others.
9. Its documentation is very idiosyncratic, and clearly reflects Crew's own ideas of what constitutes good text.
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10. Leese's idiosyncratic views on race derived from his own experiences rationalized in terms of a particular intellectual tradition.
11. His idiosyncratic usage is at once fascinating for analysis and a warning against making unwary generalisations about lyric poetry.
12. Leigh has an idiosyncratic style of filmmaking that produces quirky, layered films.
13. A dramatic acute dystonic syndrome occurs as an idiosyncratic reaction early in treatment with phenothiazines, haloperidol, or metoclopramide.
14. But in hindsight it maintains Carter's idiosyncratic position within current trends - fuelled by a mix of humanitarianism and hate.
15. A little idiosyncratic, I think, my appearance - but without going to the slightly absurd lengths of ginger hair and freckles.
16. They are reclusive and idiosyncratic, dwelling in exquisite mansions far from each other with their families and a select band of retainers.
17. Her blackboard technique was also extremely idiosyncratic.
18. Astana’s architectural style can best be described as idiosyncratic.
19. The film, 3 hours long, is directed in his usual idiosyncratic style.
20. Bonny Hicks appeared to me to be the paradigmatic example of an autonomous, free-choosing individual who decided early on to construct a lifestyle congenial to her idiosyncratic sense of self-expression.
21. Phenytoin should be stopped immediately when any of these idiosyncratic reactions occur.
22. Some critics have considered it to be too weak and idiosyncratic to carry responsibility for major public and social services.
23. Parents can change this by really listening to the sometimes zany, idiosyncratic ideas our children have about books.
24. It is difficult to evaluate different systems because they are traditionally idiosyncratic depending on their particular area of specialisation.
25. All of these areas have contained the right blend of idiosyncratic factors of production.
26. But these choices are not seen as being so individually idiosyncratic as to make crime totally unpredictable or uncontrollable.
27. Gaultier has remained true to himself, and must therefore mark time until fashion comes back around to his idiosyncratic viewpoint.
28. Is joy, in contrast to sorrow, a more individual, idiosyncratic emotion about which generalisation is inappropriate?
29. And what makes it such an invigorating saga is his ability to let his idiosyncratic Broadway denizens talk for themselves.
30. I stress this in order to underline that the view which I express is idiosyncratic, prejudiced and probably heretical.
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